Enabling Objectives: Completely supported by this lesson topic:
List the types and intensities of turbulence used in Pilot Reports (PIREPs).
Define the terms used to report turbulence with respect to time.
Describe how thermal turbulence develops.
Describe cloud formations associated with thermal turbulences.
Describe how mechanical turbulence develops.
Describe the cloud formations associated with mountain wave turbulence.
Describe techniques for flight in the vicinity of mountain waves.
Describe how frontal lifting creates turbulence.
2.56 Describe how jet streams and temperature inversions are examples of wind shear
Describe the recommended procedures for flying through turbulence.
Describe super cooled water.
Describe the types of structural icing.
State the requirements for the formation of structural icing.
State the temperature range most conducive to structural icing.
Identify icing conditions associated with fronts.
Identify the effects and hazards of aircraft icing.
Describe ground icing hazards.
Identify the procedures to minimize or avoid the effects of icing.
List the types and intensities of icing used in Pilot Reports (PIREPs).
Define the following terms: visibility, flight visibility, prevailing visibility, slant range
visibility, and runway visual range.
Weather Hazards of Turbulence, Icing, Ceilings, Visibility, and Ash Clouds