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CHAPTER THREE
METEOROLOGY FLIGHT PLANNING
3.4 State the OPNAVINST 3710.7 requirements for flight planning regarding a Severe Weather
Watch.
3.5 Describe displayed data on a Military Weather Advisory (MWA).
3.6 State the use of In-Flight Weather Advisories.
3.7 State the teletype letter identifiers of each of the In-Flight Weather Advisories.
3.8 State the criteria used for issuing each of the In-Flight Weather Advisories.
3.9 Read and identify data from In-Flight Weather Advisories.
3.10 State the requirements for and the importance and use of Pilot Weather Reports (PIREPs).
302.
REFERENCES
1. Air Force Manual 15-125, Weather Station Operations
2. Aeronautical Information Manual, Section 7
3. Aviation Weather Center, Kansas City, Missouri (http://www.awc-kc.noaa.gov)
4. Chief of Naval Air Training Instruction 3710.8 series, Restriction of Flight Into, Through, or
Within Aviation Severe Weather Areas
5. Chief of Naval Operations Instruction 3710.7 series, NATOPS General Flight and Operating
Instructions
6. DoD Flight Information Publication (En route) Flight Information Handbook, Section C
7. FAA Contractions Manual
303.
STUDY ASSIGNMENT
Review Chapter Three and answer the Study Questions.
304.
SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES
Aviation Severe Weather Watch Bulletins are teletype presentations identified by the letters
"WW" in the heading. WWs originate from the National Storm Prediction Center, and are
sometimes referred to as Severe Weather Forecasts.
WWs are not issued on a scheduled basis, but rather as required by the progress and development of
severe weather. The forecast period is also variable, again depending on the particular weather. All
times are given in local time, as indicated in the warning itself. When possible, the area of coverage
is limited in size to 10,000 square miles to provide increased accuracy. Aviators may also encounter
a Severe Weather Forecast Alert Message (AWW), which is a preliminary message issued to alert
users that a (WW) is being issued.
3-2
SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES, MILITARY ADVISORIES, AND PIREPS


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