Automated Airport Weather Station

Automated Airport Weather Station

Automated airport weather stations are automated sensor suites which are designed to serve aviation and meteorological observing needs for safe and efficient aviation operations, weather forecasting and climatology. Automated airport weather stations have become part of the backbone of weather observing in the United States and Canada, they and are becoming increasingly more prevalent worldwide due to their efficiency and cost-savings.

Read more about Automated Airport Weather Station:  System Types Within The United States, Observing Equipment, Data Dissemination, Limitations Requiring Human Augmentation

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Automated Airport Weather Station - Limitations Requiring Human Augmentation
... At present, automated airport weather stations are unable to report a variety of meteorological conditions ... snow depth in-cloud and cloud-to-cloud lightning clouds that are not directly above the station clouds that are more than twelve thousand feet above ground level ... Research is on-going to allow the automated stations to detect many of these phenomena ...

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