instrument weather

instrument weather

[′in·strə·mənt ‚weth·ər]
(meteorology)
Route or terminal weather conditions of sufficiently low visibility to require the operation of aircraft under instrument flight rules (IFR). Also known as IFR weather.
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Obviously the feds intended actual instrument weather, meaning conditions less than VMC.
One instructor pointed out that the FAA would not give check rides in actual instrument weather and reiterated that there was no requirement in the FARs to get any time in the clag, so why should he give dual in IMC?

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