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Sun, Jul 29, 2007

Voyager FPS And ANN Bring YOU The Weather In Oshkosh For 07.29.07

As Provided By Seattle Avionics And ANN!

We're gonna help you get to the fabled land of Oshkosh... with a little help from our friends!

In conjunction with our friends at Seattle Avionics, Aero-News will be offering a Travel Update on our homepage, as well as for readers of our daily Propwash newsletter, throughout AirVenture 2007.

The graphic image, updated every morning, will show TFRs, radar, cloud cover, winds aloft, and other data... all appearing on a chart similar to what you'll find in Seattle Avionics' Voyager FreeFlight software.

What's more, you can customize this image to display whatever YOU want to show!

Traveling To Oshkosh?

This morning's weather report and airspace update are shown updated at 1150Z 07.29.07

SYNOPSIS...10Z STATIONARY FNT FROM LOW AROUND 50W LBL ALONG 60NE GAG-FSM-MEM-60W GQO LINE THROUGH LOW AROUND 30N VXV CONTINUING ALONG 30N VXV-40WSW BKW LINE CONTINUING EASTWARD. HIGH AROUND 50E EAU. 04Z COLD FRONT ALONG 140ENE YQT-80NNW INL LINE CONTINUING AS STATIONARY FNT ALONG 80NNW INL-YWG LINE CONTINUING NORTHWESTWARD. TROUGH ALONG BFF-MLS LINE CONTINUING NORTHWESTWARD. HIGH NEAR BAE.

ND SKY CLEAR OR SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR.

SD WESTERN 1/2...SKY CLEAR. AFTER 11Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST SOUTHERN 1/3 AREA. 15Z SKY CLEAR. 18Z SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR. EASTERN 1/2...SKY CLEAR. AFTER 18Z OCCASIONAL ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/ 8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 6000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR.

NE PANHANDLE/N CENTRAL...CEILING OVERCAST AT 1000 FT TOP 100. VIS 3-5SM MIST. 16Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 2000 FT SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. 19Z SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN. S CENTRAL...CEILING OVERCAST AT 1000 FT TOP LAYERED FL250. WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. VIS 3-5SM MIST. 18Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 2500 FT. WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. OUTLOOK...MARGINAL VFR CEILING THUNDERSTORM RAIN. NORTHEASTERN...BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 7000 FT TOP FL250. 18Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 5000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR. SOUTHEASTERN...CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT OVERCAST AT 8000 FT TOP FL250. OCCASIONAL CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 2000 FT WITH SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. 15Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 5000 FT. ISOL SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN.

KS NORTHWESTERN/N CENTRAL...CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 1000 FT TOP LAYERED FL250. SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL450. 18Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT. WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN. NORTHEASTERN...ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT TOP FL250. OCCASIONAL CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT WITH SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL450. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN. SOUTHWESTERN...SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 15000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. 15Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 5000 FT TOP FL250. ISOL SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ THUNDERSTORM RAIN BECMG AFTER 18Z SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL450. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN. S CENTRAL/SOUTHEASTERN...SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 15000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. ISOL SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 15Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 5000 FT TOP FL250. WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN BECMG AFTER 18Z SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL450. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN.

MN NORTHERN 1/3...SKY CLEAR. UNTIL 13Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 14Z SCATTERED 3/ 8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR. SOUTHERN 2/3...SKY CLEAR. UNTIL 13Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. AFTER 16Z OCCASIONAL SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR.

IA NORTHERN 1/3...SKY CLEAR OR SCATTERED CIRRUS. UNTIL 13Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 17Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 6000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR. W CENTRAL/SOUTHWESTERN...ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 3000 FT OVERCAST AT 10000 FT TOP FL250. ISOL SHOWER(S) OF RAIN. 16Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE-BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR. E CENTRAL/SOUTHEASTERN...CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 3500 FT TOP 100. OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 15Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 3000 FT. BROKEN CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR.

MO NORTHWESTERN 1/4...ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT TOP FL250. OCCASIONAL CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/ 8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT WITH SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN BECMG AFTER 15Z WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. OUTLOOK...VFR. NORTHEASTERN 1/4...ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE-BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT TOP FL250. OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 15Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR. SOUTHERN 1/2...ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 8000 FT TOP FL250. UNTIL 14Z VIS 3-5SM MIST. 17Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN WESTERN 1/3 AREA. ISOL SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/THUNDERSTORM RAIN REMAINDER. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN.

WI LS UPPER MI LS/UPPER MI/NORTHERN 2/3 WI...SKY CLEAR OR SCATTERED CIRRUS. UNTIL 12Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 14Z SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 10000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR. SOUTHERN 1/3 WI...SKY CLEAR OR SCATTERED CIRRUS. OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 14Z SKY CLEAR. OCCASIONAL ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR.

LM LOWER MI LH SOUTHEASTERN LOWER MI...SKY CLEAR. OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 11Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 1500 FT TOP 050. VIS 3-5SM MIST. 15Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 5000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR. LM/LH/REMAINDER LOWER MI...SKY CLEAR. UNTIL 13Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 16Z SKY CLEAR. OCCASIONAL ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 6000 FT. OUTLOOK...VFR.

IL IN NORTHERN 1/3 IL/EXTREME NORTHERN IN...SKY CLEAR OR SCATTERED CIRRUS. UNTIL 14Z OCCASIONAL VIS 3-5SM MIST. 17Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 6000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR. SOUTHERN 2/3 IL/REMAINDER IN...SCATTERED TO BROKEN CIRRUS. VIS 3-5SM MIST. 15Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT. SCATTERED TO BROKEN CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR.

KY WESTERN 1/3...ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 2000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. VIS 3-5SM MIST. 14Z ABOVE GROUND LEVEL SCATTERED 3/8-4/8 COVERAGE AT 6000 FT. SCATTERED CIRRUS. OUTLOOK...VFR. CENTRAL 1/3...CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 3500 FT BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 6000 FT TOP 100. UNTIL 14Z VIS 3-5SM MIST. OUTLOOK...VFR. EASTERN 1/3...CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 1000 FT OVERCAST AT 6000 FT TOP 120. VIS 3-5SM MIST. 14Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 2500 FT. AFTER 16Z WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/ISOL THUNDERSTORM RAIN. CUMULONIMBUS TOP FL400. 17Z CEILING BROKEN 5/8-7/8 COVERAGE AT 4000 FT. SCATTERED SHOWER(S) OF RAIN/WIDELY SCATTERED THUNDERSTORM RAIN. OUTLOOK...VFR THUNDERSTORM RAIN.

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