Aviation Weather for Pilots
- Author: Peter F. Lester
- Publisher: Jeppesen Sanderson Training Products. 2001.
- ISBN: 9780884872733
- Annotation: The vast array of weather information for pilots is presented clearly with over 500 color illustrations and photographs to aid understanding. Icing, weather hazards, and flight planning are covered along with common conversions, weather reports, forecasts and charts, domestic and international METAR, TAF, and graphic weather products.
Flying America's Weather: A Pilot's Tour of Our Nation's Weather Regions
- Author: Thomas A. Horne
- Publisher: Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. 1999.
- ISBN: 9781560273691
- Annotation: With over 3,500 hours in aircraft and gliders, the author uses his experience to describe the climates in all parts of the United States in every season of the year. With maps, photographs, and text, he explains what to expect, how to prepare for, and how to enjoy the variety of America's flying weather.
Meteorology and Flight: A Pilot's Guide to Weather
- Author: Tom Bradbury
- Publisher: A & C Black. 2004.
- ISBN: 9780713668315
- Annotation: Practical and comprehensive, this book covers both large- and small-scale weather systems, including the development of depressions, cumulus and cumulonimbus cloud waves, local winds' airflow over ridges and mountains, visibility weather maps and forecasting METAR and TAF reports. Line drawings, graphs and satellite photographs help clarify the different weather patterns.
Pilot's Weather: A Commonsense Approach to Meteorology
- Author: Brian Cosgrove
- Publish: Airlife Publishing Ltd. 2005.
- ISBN: 9781840370270
- Annotation: Full color photos of clouds and cloudscapes illustrate basic weather patterns for aircraft and glider pilots and kite flyers.
Thunderstorms and Airplanes: The First Complete Book on Flying in Relation to Thunderstorms
- Author: Richard L. Collins
- Publisher: Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. 2002.
- ISBN: 9781560274261
- Annotation: This book explains why, when, and where thunderstorms are likely to develop and gives practical advice on flying clear of them. The dynamics of thunderstorms, wind shear, and other related phenomena are described, and a guide for a systematic pretakeoff weather briefing is also included.
Weather Patterns and Phenomena: A Pilot's Guide
- Author: Thomas P. Turner
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing. 1999.
- ISBN: 9780070656079
- Annotation: A thorough explanation of how and why weather conditions develop and how to apply weather data to flying. Hazardous weather conditions, high altitude and regional weather, and seasonal changes are also included.