“What a brilliant idea.”
The Wx24 Pilot app will allow you to create a custom flight category based on your own personal minimums, with your own ceiling or visibility, wind speed, and weather conditions such as FZRA or +TS! The app will check METARs and TAFs and render in black anytime your personal minimums are exceeded.
VFR or IFR categories do not show of the the full nature of the weather forecast. Certainly dangerous conditions such as freezing rain, thunderstorms or a squall line can exist in VFR. But what if you could instantly check to see if FZRA or winds greater than 30 kts are in the METAR or TAF? And on every enroute TAF on your flight path!
Below is the personal minimum setting screen showing some of the settings and the corresponding visual TAF is shown to the right. The black area exceeds the minimums set with an indication of what weather threshold has been exceeded.
Wx24 Pilot makes reading TAFs easy by rendering TAF Segments around a 24 hour clock. Even the most complex TAFs with overlapping TEMPO and BECMG segments are illustrated for a quick read.
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Watch the video see how quickly you can make a Go / No Go decision ->
The problem with aviation weather reports has never been finding a source, but being able to quickly read and understand the vast amount of aviation weather information available to pilots. Wx24 Pilot solves that.
Wx24 Pilot is an Aviation Weather App that simplifies the process of reading aviation weather reports by visually representing TAFs, Air/Sigmets, TFRS with other weather data and consolidating them on one screen.
Wx24 Pilot find enroute TAFs around your flight path and shows them when you’re expected to be abeam of that location. In addition to flight categories, weather conditions and personal minimum are also depicted.
Same flight, same ETD, but different weather information. All VFR on the left only tells you no ceiling below 3,000′. The sky color forecast on the right shows you where the blue skies are and where cloud layers are above 3,000′!
Wx24 Pilot uses additional weather data from the National Weather Service (courtesy of your tax dollars) to fill in the whole weather story for better preflight weather planning.
Every aviation app, avionic, or website has these aviation weather reports:
Only Wx24 Pilot makes them incredibly easy to read!