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Aviation Weather

full text of the classic FAA guide

Chapter 5
MOISTURE, CLOUD FORMATION, AND PRECIPITATION

Imagine, if you can, how easy flying would be if skies everywhere were clear! But, flying isn't always that easy; moisture in the atmosphere creates a variety of hazards unmatched by any other weather element. Within Earth's climatic range, water is in the frozen, liquid, and gaseous states.


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