The visual TAF shows each segment rendered on a 24 hour clock at its correct time position. Simply tap through to see all the wind, visibility, cloud layers, and weather conditions.
Rollover hot spots for details
The visual ETA indicator is overlaid on the TAF for a quick read of conditions.
TAF Segments rendered at their time positions
Flight categories shown:
Green = VFR
Blue = MVFR
Red = IFR
Magenta = LIFR
Cycle through TAF data, cloud layers, visibility, wind, and WX conditions.
Day time hours
Night time hours
Enroute TAFS @ ETA
Flight categories from enroute TAFs are calculated and presented at the point when your aircraft is abeam of that location.
Interactive Time Slider
See trends and how the weather is moving over time.
The time slider allows you to quickly adjust your departure time and view how TAFs are impacted.
Personal Minimums Visualized
Scan up to 20 different weather conditions and separate the relevant from the not so relevant. For example select TS, GR, SQ or your own ceiling/visibility and get an instant indication of where (and when) your minimums are exceeded. It’s like having your own custom flight category!
Intelligent Airmets & Sigmets
View when and where Airmets and Sigmets interset your flight path. The position and length of the arcs indicate both the start time and duration of Airmets and Sigmets over airports.
Complex TAFs Made Easy
Even the most complex TAFs with overlapping segments are clearly represented:
Here is a visual example of :
VFR BECMG to MVFR starting at 22:00 with an IFR TEMPO at 23:00
1-Click ZULU to Local
Keeping track of time zones has never been easier with a one-click button at the top of every page.
Get the big picture with Prognosis and Sig-Wx charts with your flight path rendered on top! The most recent chart is automatically rendered based on your departure time.
Cloud Cover tells a different story than flight categories. Eight shades from blue to grey indicate amount of cloud cover. See trends on the Map View with the time slider.
Small Airport Forecasts
NDFD makes forecasts possible at even the smallest airports.