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- When flying through a cold front in the summer, the following flying weather may be expected:
- Which of the following conditions are you most likely to encounter when approaching an active warm front at medium to low level?
- (Refer to figure 050-065)What change in pressure, will occur at point A, during the next hour?
- If you have to fly through a warm front when freezing level is at 10000 feet in the warm air and at 2000 feet in the cold air, at which altitude is the probability of freezing rain the lowest?
- What type of low is usually associated with frontal activity?
- How are the air masses distributed in a cold occlusion?
- In a warm front occlusion:
- Where is the coldest air in a cold occlusion?
- Which of the following statements is correct?
- The following is true concerning a warm front:
- (Refer to figure 050-014)Where might we find the warmest air?
- The passage of a cold front through a MET station in the British Isles will result in:
- What type of front / occlusion usually moves the fastest?
- A frontal depression passes through the airport. What form of precipitation do you expect?
- Which one of the following alternatives indicates how an occluded front is generated?
- Frontal depressions can be assumed to move in the direction of the 2000 feet wind:
- Flying towards a warm front, at what distances might you expect the following cloud types from the surface position of the front?
- What cloud formation is most likely to occur at low levels when a warm air mass overrides a cold air mass?
- The following is true concerning a cold front:
- What type of low pressure area is associated with a surface front?
- The cloud sequence that could be expected during the passage of a typical warm front would be:
- State in which type of front supercooled raindrops most frequently occur?
- When flying in the warm sector of a well developed frontal depression, well clear of all fronts, which of the following statements are correct:Severe windshear occurs on the approach to landing at inland airfieldsThere is little or no cloud above 6500 ftThe air will be generally unstableThere will be widespread poor visibility, possibly advection fog at low levelOf these statements:
- With the passage of a cold front crossing the United Kingdom from the North Atlantic, the following weather changes can be expected:
- Thunderstorms in exceptional circumstances can occur in a warm front if:
- At a quasi-stationary front:
- (Refer to figure 050-037)This chart shows the weather conditions on the ground at 0600 UTC on May 4. Which of the following reports reflects weather development at Geneva Airport?
- When flying in the warm sector of a well developed frontal depression, well clear of all fronts, which of the following statements are correct:Severe windshear occurs on the approach to landing at inland airfieldsThere is little or no cloud above 6500 ftThe air will be generally unstableThere will be widespread poor visibility, possibly advection fog at low level
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