July 2018 SporkNews

If you are new to WeatherSpork, welcome to the family!  This e-Newsletter will be sent out at the beginning of each month to keep you updated on the new features and content provided by WeatherSpork.  We hope the app has made finding the most opportune time to depart a simple and easy process. The month...

A preview of WeatherSpork version 4.4.0…

As we’re putting the finishing touches on WeatherSpork version 4.4.0 here’s a 5 minute video preview of several new features that will be part of this release.  If you haven’t done so already, please take a minute subscribe to our YouTube channel (http://youtube.com/weatherspork) as we release new WeatherSpork videos. “Most pilots are weatherwise, but...

What’s an MCS? This is…

If you read any of the NWS discussions (such as the Area Forecast Discussion contained in Airports view of WeatherSpork), there’s no doubt that the acronym MCS is tossed around quite a bit during the warm season.  MCS stands for mesoscale convective system.  These are not just a complex of thunderstorms as they are...

Spork meets Droid, Android, that is!

We are excited to let you know that we’ve just released our new app to Google Play for those that use an Android device.  With very few exceptions, the WeatherSpork app will have the same look and feel and has all the same features as our popular iOS and web-based versions of WeatherSpork.  So...

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...

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