Aviation Photo #1101805 Piper PA-32-301FT 6X - Untitled

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This is about where I started to get a little worried. The nexrad was an hour old and a small line was starting to form new the Flat Rock VOR, not to mention it was starting to look dark outside! A helpful Washington Center and Flight Watch kept us bump free for the remainder of the trip. As luck would have it as soon as we were back in VMC the Nexrad updated!
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    Alex McMahon
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    Piper PA-32-301FT 6X
    Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six/Saratoga
    Piper PA-32 Cherokee Six/Saratoga
    Piper
    3232049
    N707GC
    In Flight
    Virginia
    USA
    August 2006
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Photo Added: August 30, 2006

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Anonymous
11 years ago
Just remember, as long as you don't have equipment to detect a thunderstorm cell, don't enter into dark clouds, and you will not have to worry.
Nexrad is to inform about those thunderstorm activities, among other tasks, but shouldn't be the only source of information.

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