HREF outage in WeatherSpork Imagery view

Over the past several days, the HREF products have been unavailable in the Imagery view.   They are provided by NOAA and are generated by a non-operational or experimental platform which makes them vulnerable to have outages from time to time.   Here’s the statement provided by NOAA… “Once again the NCEP development computer is unavailable...

Rain showers should get your attention

Too many pilots see the word “showers” and think it’s just some harmless light rain event.  When, in fact, a forecast for showery precipitation should get your attention since rain showers are a result of a convective process.  In many cases, forecasters often use showery precipitation (SHRA or VCSH) when they have a fair...

New weather imagery for you jet jockeys

If you are flying in the flight levels this summer and especially the upper flight levels, we have some new static weather Imagery for you!  We recently added to WeatherSpork version 4.3.4 new guidance that is going to be very popular with you jet jockeys out there.   It’s from the High Resolution Ensemble Forecast (HREF) which...

New static Imagery from the HREF model

With WeatherSpork version 4.3.0, we’ve extended the static Imagery to include aviation forecasts from the High Resolution Ensemble Forecast (HREF) model.  The HREF is updated four times a day and provides a forecast lead time of 36 hours at one hour time increments.  In WeatherSpork you can find these in the Imagery view right...

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