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Originally posted by zenius
It's more like a lower atmospheric current or eddie. The atmosphere has currents just like the ocean. there could be a bit of a trough out there, but the upper level chart doesnt show anything nor do the mslp charts.
Originally posted by pezza
* some regional flights from Cairns airports may go ahead during the peak of the storm if the wind direction aligns with the runway. If not, pilots have been advised to push back from the gate, point the plane into the wind and take off on the spot. No need to taxi to the runway. Note: only certified pilots permitted to perform vertical take off.
Originally posted by dniMnepO
Wow that is amazing were did you source that from?