MaxSez: Opinions, observations, I Saw, He Said DON’T work for This Topic. For Us the FAA sets the standards and @TRDubh Chart is accurate accept for;.
As for Strobes… On the or crossing an Active runway ON. Environmental factors like, Fog, Hvy Rain, Snow, Blown Snow ect impact everybody on the field discretion is required. On the ground off the active common sense must be utilized. STOBES impact nite vision, can blind/ obstruct taxiing Aircraft on the Ramp ect. Strobe use at the preceding times is at Pilot Discretion.
I refer you to the Web and faa.gov. The AIM
tells the tail. Suggest a few of the responders here RESEARCH BEFORE YOU JOT!
(Chart: Extract FAA “Airplane Flying Handbook”
free from faa.gov)