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METEOROLOGY FLIGHT PLANNING
CHAPTER THREE
11. Which one of the following locations should one expect to be affected by the future
movement of the severe weather described in WST 21C?
a.
100 miles north of CDS
c.
100 miles south of CDS
b.
100 miles east of CDS
d.
100 miles west of CDS
DFWP WS 051700
SIGMET PAPA 2 VALID UNTIL 052100
AR LA MS
FROM MEM TO 30N MEI TO BTR TO MLU TO MEM
MDT OCNL SEV ICE ABV FRZLVL EXP. FRZLVL 080 TO 120 W. CONDS CONTG
BYD 2100Z
Figure 3-12 WS for Questions 12 - 13
12. Which one of the following correctly indicates the expected duration of the severe weather?
a.
Two hours
c.
Four hours
b.
Three hours
d.
More than four hours
13. Which one of the following correctly indicates the type of severe weather?
a.
Moderate icing
b.
Severe icing
c.
Moderate, occasionally severe icing above the freezing level
d.
Freezing conditions between 0800 and 1200 local
14. Which one of the following conditions would warrant the issuance of a Non-Convective
SIGMET?
a.
Severe thunderstorms
c.
Severe CAT
b.
Moderate icing
d.
Extensive mountain obscuration
15. Which one of the following conditions would warrant the issuance of an AIRMET?
a.
Tornadoes
c.
Light clear air turbulence
b.
Light icing
d.
Extensive mountain obscuration
SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES, MILITARY ADVISORIES, AND PIREPS
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