Weather Theory

$30.00

This Weather Theory CFI Lesson Plan has come from Chapter Twenty-Four of The Complete CFI Binder. It can be purchased a la carte. This chapter is a total of 30 pages and contains a complete lesson for teaching your students and FAA Examiner. This file can be directly downloaded from our server and immediately consumed in any PDF viewing application, on any device that you choose. There are no viewing restrictions or limitations. You will receive instant access to the PDF File immediately after checkout.

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Weather Theory

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Atmosphere of Earth

Atmospheric Composition

78% Nitrogen

21% Oxygen

1% Other Gases

Layers Of The Atmosphere

Troposphere

Tropopause

Stratosphere

Stratopause

Mesosphere

Mesopause

Thermosphere and Ionosphere

Exosphere

Standard Atmosphere

Metric

United States

Standard Temperature Lapse Rate

Metric

United States

Effects of Temperature

How Weather is Created

Why Temperature Changes

Diurnal Variation

Seasonal Variation

Latitudinal Variation

Topographical Variation

Altitude Variation

Effects of Pressure Changes

Pressure Variations

Pressure Systems

Isobars

Low-Pressure

High-Pressure

Effects of Convection

General Overview

Circulatory Cells in the Western Hemisphere

Polar Cell - 60° to the Top

Hadley Cell - 30° to 60°

Ferrel Cell - 0° to 30°

Other Causes of Convection

Valley Breeze

Mountain Breeze

Katabatic Winds

Cold Downslope Winds

Warm Downslope Winds

Land/Sea Breeze

Windshear

Clouds, Fog, Precipitation

Moisture Content

Relative Humidity - RH%

Calculate Cloud Bases

Dew Point

Temperature/Dew-Point Spread

The Changing State

Types of Heat Exchange

Super Cooled Water Droplets

Cloud Formation

Air Cooling

Different Types Of Clouds

High Clouds - (16,500’ to 45,000’)

Middle Clouds - (6,500’ to 23,000’)

Low Clouds - (Surface to 6,500’)

Extensive Vertical Development

Cloud Stability

Types of Fog

Precipitation

Visibility Restrictions

Stability and Air Masses

Characteristics of a Stable Atmosphere

Characteristics of an Unstable Atmosphere

Rising and Descending Air

Adiabatic Lapse Rate

Stability Depends on Ambient Lapse Rate

Air Masses

Coriolis Force

Frontal Systems

Frontal Systems Defined

Differences of Frontal Systems

Frontal Behavior

Squall Lines

Types Of Fronts

Cold Front

Warm Front

Stationary Front

Occluded Front

Turbulence

Causes Of Turbulence

Convection

Man-Made Obstructions

Mountain Waves

Wind Shear

Frontal Turbulence

Wake Turbulence

Thunderstorms and Icing

Thunderstorm Ingredients

Lifecycle of a Thunderstorm

Cumulus Stage

Mature Stage

Dissipating Stage

Thunderstorm Types

Air Mass

Steady-State

Single-Cell

Super-Cell

Multi-Cell

Severe Thunderstorm Classification

Thunderstorm Hazards

Tornadoes

Squall Lines

Turbulence

Icing

Hail

Low Ceilings and Visibility

Rapidly Falling Pressure

Lightning

Precipitation Static

Microburst

Avoiding Thunderstorms

Inadvertent Entry Into a Thunderstorm

Icing Conditions

Ice Formation

Supercooled Droplets

Icing Intensity and Clouds

Induction Icing

Instrument Icing

Different Types Of Icing

Structural Ice

Rime Ice

Mixed Ice

Frost Ice

Clear Ice

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