Interesting Cloud Formation

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Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby nana yabiznus » Mon Mar 11 2013, 02:32

Is it just me? :|
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I can't help wanting to fly into this formation! :wink:
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby cassidy_copter » Mon Mar 11 2013, 07:16

I can't help wanting to fly into this formation!

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Expect very strong wind and likely to encounter Moderate Turbulence, at least.

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It might be a good idea to start a continuous Weather Thread.

Some things to look out for and think about . . .
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby truthinbeer » Mon Mar 11 2013, 08:24

Nana, I have seen this formation change form completely and caution extreme care. Typically it comes on all hot and wet, but leaves with the house and the boat.
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby millotte » Mon Mar 11 2013, 08:38

truthinbeer wrote:Nana, I have seen this formation change form completely and caution extreme care. Typically it comes on all hot and wet, but leaves with the house and the boat.

So you've met my ex wife then?
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby Kwyjibo » Mon Mar 11 2013, 08:52

What do they call that formation?..

is it a cumulo-literous?.. with intergrated alto-majora...

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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby truthinbeer » Mon Mar 11 2013, 09:07

I was once a cadet on a ship called the Labiosa ..........
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby Twistgrip » Mon Mar 11 2013, 09:20

That looks like a short sector Cassidy, looks like the 737!. I did a search on the waypoint, was that in your time in china? Great shot Btw.
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby cassidy_copter » Mon Mar 11 2013, 22:13

Twistgrip, check PM for full story behind the photo (set).

Still more challenging flying.
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Re: Interesting Cloud Formation

Postby Freewheeling » Tue Mar 12 2013, 03:25

Heres a couple of photos of what I flew into doing MPT.
You can see the ship I had to land on, the wind was amazing.
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