JX107

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  1. What are the typical flight conditions in the stratosphere?
    • Little turbulence
    • Almost no weather
    • Constant cold temps
    • Excellent visibility
  2. The altimeter setting is corrected for ______.
    MSL
  3. The altimeter is calibrated for a ______ lapse rate
    standard
  4. A strong pressure gradient force means a ______ wind speed
    Faster
  5. High pressure results from ______ air.
    descending
  6. What are the three states of moisture?
    Solid, liquid, gas
  7. ______ clouds produce violent/heavy steady precipitation.
    Nimbostratus
  8. What are the three conditions of atmospheric stability?
    • Stable air
    • Unstable air
    • Neutrally Stable air
  9. What is an air mass?
    A large body of air that has uniform temperature and moisture in a horizontal plane
  10. What are the characteristics of a squall line?
    • Line of severe thunderstorms
    • Forms 50-300 miles ahead of a cold front
    • Will sometimes form without a cold front
    • Contains severe hazards to aviation
  11. With a warm front, where does weather accure in relation to the surface front?
    ahead of surface front
  12. Thermal turbulence is also known as ______.
    convective turbulance
  13. What is sky coverage?
    height of cloud base in hundreds of feet
  14. What are the sequence of events a pilot will encounter when flying through a microburst
    • Increase in headwind and IAS
    • Tailwind with a decrease in IAS
  15. What are the best choices, in order of priority, for avoiding the penetration of a thunderstorm?
    Around, above, below
  16. What are the atmospheric cycles?
    • Evaparations and condensation
    • Hydrological cycle
  17. The ______ is used to determine air mass boundary
    Dewpoint
  18. A definite strain against seat belts and shoulder straps would indicate ______ turbulence
    moderate
  19. What type of clouds indicate the presence of low level wind shear and extreme turbulence?
    Roll and wall clouds
  20. What are the key words that id the intensities of turbulance
    • Light (slight erratic changes)
    • Moderate (larger changes)
    • Severe (abrupt changes)
    • Extreme (vilontely tossed)

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