What’s this supposed to mean @Maxmustang? I don’t get it
Strong winds low visibility I think
is this meant to be the aftermath of that hurricane i forgotten that just passed over florida
@Daniel_Cerritos… MaxSez: Just depicting the weather on the SE Coast for those that dare and want to fly in despicable weather not ment for man or low flying (-010) air beast. Regards, MAX
If any of y’all are wondering, that’s Tropical Storm Nestor. It is causing a mess in FL, SE GA and the Carolinas. It’s dangerous to fly in so I would advise to fly on Casual server if you were to do so.
@Luke_Sta… MaxSez: I note your cautionary suggestion. I prefer the “No Guts no Glory” Approach. Now over the Georgia inter coastal heading east for Bridgetown BWI in a XCub, Yahoo…
Yea, I was getting some bad weather form this storm, not sure if they were cancelling flights though as I saw the normal amount of traffic on flightradar.
Just to give you guys the latest it is off the coast of Panama City, moving that way, and is classified as a post tropical depression, so it is no longer considered an organized storm. Right now it is more a loosely linked system of thunderstorms producing heavy rain, and wind gusts of about 70+ miles per hour, max sustained winds are 50 mph. Winds of that velocity are pretty contained, and outside of 50ish miles from the center your looking at just general thunderstorm conditions, gusty winds, and heavy rain, but nothing that shouldn’t be manageable, currently no airports are effected in any significant way IRL…
I saw that and was like… glad I’m not flying in that crap… Then… We flew to Boston and was getting tossed around in 50mph winds. Fun times. Luckily right down the runway give or take 2-5 deg
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