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Experienced the cold



I do not check NavCanada Forecasts online. I did not even know about it. I guess you learn something new everyday.

No I'm not a pilot but it seems interesting.

I think NavCanada and Environment Canada would be good places to go check the weather but that would not be my first choice.

I live in Canada.

Barry's Response - The NavCanada forecasts are quite specialized, normally only understood by pilots and others who have been trained to use this info.

The links I use are the Graphical FA for a map which shows areas of cloud cover, precipitation, systems and fronts. I also favour the METAR/TAF tab to get METAR encoded observations and TAF encoded forecasts. The weather stations page will let you know how to read the codes.

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Experienced the cold.
by: Anonymous

I never heard of NavCanada. I guess there is a website for everywhere now a days. I really like Barry Lough's response. I thought it was very informative. It does seem like an interesting site to go check out.

experienced the cold
by: Anonymous

My first experience was excellent information. The information provided by Barry was excellent. The response and the question itself was very much interesting. Yes, I would like to explore upper atmosphere more.

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