Spring is here and with this year’s El Niño conditions, some of the most extreme weather hazards could develop now and this summer, including massive thunderstorms and severe icing. Warmer weather fires up nature’s atmospheric heat engine, the solar-powered machine that uses water vapor, lift, differential temperature and instability to create potentially the largest and most violent storms of the year. Fortunately, aircraft operators now have an arsenal of ground- ...

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