IFR weather

IFR weather

[¦ī¦ef′är ′weth·ər]
(meteorology)
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Approximately one hour had been spent in mostly IFR weather.
Subsequently, ATC advised of IFR weather at his destination and suggested diverting to a nearby airport.
Due to the IFR weather covering the eastern half of the country, our three aircraft would go as singles separated by 15 minutes to our first stop in Missouri.
Except during the special events, the weather is always set to actual conditions, so IFR weather is not hard to find.
Standard procedure states that controllers will vector aircraft two miles outside the approach gate in most IFR weather conditions.
Let's develop a quick, systematic way to make a preflight go/no-go decision to manage the risk of IFR weather.
If VFR aircraft requests assistance when it encounters or is about to encounter IFR weather conditions, determine the facility best able to provide service.
Yet, when actual IFR weather moves in and the airplane is on the ILS, the converse occurs, and suddenly pilots develop a proclivity for crashing before ever getting to the runway.
This also means IFR weather is anything involving a ceiling less than 1000 feet and/or visibility of less than three miles.