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AWOS III P/T (Automated Weather Observing System)

For on Airport Weather Conditions, you can dial into the Airport's AWOS System:     AWOS Phone Number - (402) 426 0448
              Radio Frequency - 120.225     
What is AWOS?? This system is essential to the safe and economic operation of any airport, large or small  for accurate and up-to-date weather information.

An Automated Weather Observing System, or AWOS, as defined by the FAA, is a suite of sensors, which measure, collect and disseminate weather data to help meteorologists, pilots and flight dispatchers prepare and monitor weather forecasts, plan flight routes, and provide necessary information for correct takeoffs and landings.

There are six standard categories of Automated Weather Observing Systems, and a limitless number of customized weather stations:
Wind speed, wind gust, wind direction, variable wind direction, temperature, dew point, altimeter setting, density altitude.
AWOS II: AWOS I + visibility, and variable visibility.
AWOS III: AWOS II + sky condition, and cloud height and type.
AWOS III-P: AWOS III + present weather, and precipitation identification.
AWOS III-T: AWOS III + thunderstorm and lightning detection.
AWOS III-P-T: AWOS III + present weather, and lightning detection.

Additional links to assist in planning a flight to Blair Airport:

Blair Municipal Airport Information - Identifier "BTA"

National Weather Service - Omaha, NE Radar

National Weather Service - Aviation Weather

Nebraska Department of Aeronautics


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