Behind the Front: The dangers of flying in severe weather

Episode #29

Behind the Front: The dangers of flying in severe weather

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Have you ever heard of a TAF? It stands for Terminal Aerodrome Forecast, and its important information for any pilot looking to take to the sky. Mary Keiser, a Senior Meteorologist with the National Weather Service, joins the show this week to discuss Aviation Weather and the importance of forecasting for airways. Plus, just how big a factor bad weather plays in most airplane crashes.

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