Cold weather is just ahead for many locations in the Northern Hemisphere, bringing with it winter storms, blowing snow, overcast skies and degraded visibility. Even if visibility is good, certain sky and ground conditions can blur the distinction between IMC and VMC. Pilots who depart from or arrive at certain airports may find themselves in a whiteout--a meteorological milk bowl containing smooth, unbroken snow-covered ground, a uniform overcast sky and light reflections that make ...

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