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StationWeather Pro

- METARs, TAFs, NOTAMs, Weather Charts and more

- METARs, TAFs, NOTAMs, Weather Charts and more

StationWeather Pro

by Oliver Puetz
StationWeather Pro
StationWeather Pro
StationWeather Pro
Apple Watch
StationWeather Pro Apple Watch App
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What is it about?

- METARs, TAFs, NOTAMs, Weather Charts and more

StationWeather Pro

App Details

Version
5.0
Rating
(130)
Size
25Mb
Genre
Weather Utilities
Last updated
September 25, 2017
Release date
July 1, 2014
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App Store Description

- METARs, TAFs, NOTAMs, Weather Charts and more
- completely decoded weather reports for faster and better briefings
- 40,000 airports
- Live TAF breaks down forecast assessment to a matter of seconds

Check out StationWeather Lite - it's free!

Forget raw weather reports.
When you go flying with StationWeather, you will speed up your weather briefing to a few seconds, while getting an even better understanding of current and forecast situations than you ever could with raw reports.

By completely decoding METAR and TAF reports, StationWeather is able to present the data in an intuitive way that you will get with no other weather app.
Analyze a complete METAR report at a glance. Then go to Live TAF, select the times that are of interest to you, and see the complete weather valid at that time - presented on a beautiful and unique user interface.

If you'll need to check NOTAMs, just do so with a tap.

More than 600 weather charts such as surface winds, upper winds and significant weather charts are available for all ICAO regions.

By getting access to over 40,000 stations, you will find the one you're looking for. If a station does not publish weather, you can select a nearby station to display weather instead.