Pilots: Aviation Weather Seminar to be held in Madison


Calling All Pilots!

The Wisconsin FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) is sponsoring a fly-in training opportunity on October 6th at 9:00 am.  The seminar is being organized by the National Weather Association's Aviation Meteorology Committee, and will be held at the Wisconsin Aviation facility in Madison (KMSN).  The topic of the seminar is "Aviation Weather in the Upper Midwest" and will feature three presentations.  Two of the speakers will be National Weather Service meteorologists, Rich Mamrosh from the Green Bay office and Marcia Cronce from the Milwaukee/Sullivan office.  The third speaker will be Terry Lankford, FAA Flight Service Station Specialist-Retired.

Learn from the experts and get ready for the fall and winter flying season!  Rich Mamrosh (NWS GRB) will talk about how the Great Lakes affect our local weather.  Marcia Cronce (NWS MKX) will present valuable information on interpreting radar and satellite imagery.  Finally, noted author and retired FSS Specialist Terry Lankford, will discuss how to improve your understanding of aviation weather forecasts.

Space is limited.  Click here for seminar details and registration or copy this link into your browser: 


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