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2 weeks 20 hours ago #2107 by yanick
comportement bizarre was created by yanick
Weird result

I use fsrealwx.0 registered version abec fs2004 and fsuipc.

I notice two things that concern me
when I take off from an airport or when approaching, there is systematically a layer of mist around 2000 2500 feet while the metar displays 9999 as visibility. what setting should I make to avoid this.

Sunday November 10th I flew LFPG (Paris cdg) EGPH (Edinburgh). Towards the MTD station north of Paris at 20000 feet it started to rain while the exteireure temperature displayed was -24.7 ° C. It was 9:30 or 8:30 GMT.
is normal to encounter rain at such an altitude and the plane is out of the cloud layer

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2 weeks 3 hours ago #2110 by Restavr
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when I take off from an airport or when approaching, there is systematically a layer of mist around 2000 2500 feet while the metar displays 9999 as visibility. what setting should I make to avoid this.

In FSrealWX, visibility settings are set in the "Weather" tab.
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But FSUIPC has its own visibility restriction settings, so you need to check them.

About this part of the question:

Sunday November 10th I flew LFPG (Paris cdg) EGPH (Edinburgh). Towards the MTD station north of Paris at 20000 feet it started to rain while the exteireure temperature displayed was -24.7 ° C. It was 9:30 or 8:30 GMT.
is normal to encounter rain at such an altitude and the plane is out of the cloud layer

I admit the limitations of the weather engine FS2004, which simulates rain from the upper edge of the clouds, then perhaps the developer will answer more accurately.

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1 week 6 days ago #2112 by yanick
Replied by yanick on topic comportement bizarre
Hello

thank you for your reply.

as far as the visibility problem is concerned, I did not enter any value in fsuipc. And whatever the values I mention in fsrealwx3.0 metar9.99: mini: and maxi: this has no impact in fs9. I still have the same visibility in fs9 (set at 60mn) and still this haze around 2000 to 2500 feet.
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1 week 6 days ago #2113 by Restavr
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Let's clarify: do you get fog regardless of the location and weather in METAR? For verification I yesterday booted in KSEA under semblance 10SM (analogue 9999) rose on levels, fog not was, semblance 50 km. Here shown tab PSUIPC responsible for range of semblance. Do you have a checkbox enabled?

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1 week 6 days ago #2114 by yanick
Replied by yanick on topic comportement bizarre
No

I give you different copies of screens made at the moment
- fsuipc setting (fsuipc.jpg): no value is checked in the visibility tab
- FS9 weather setting (fs9.jpg setting): visibility set to 60nm

- departure LEMG malaga spain no fog visibility correct Q1023 T ° 13.9 ° C (view sol.jpg)
- fsrealwx3.0: bulletin meteo cavok with the settings set in the tab weather (fsrealwx3.0.jpg)
- passage 2000 feet (view 2114.jpg) presence of haze on the ground nothing and cavok
- passage 18611 feet (view 18116.jpg) we distinguish the fog veil with some peaks that emerge from the layer on the left

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1 week 5 days ago #2115 by Restavr
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In Europe, weather stations are quite densely located while rising to 18000ft could enter the area of action of another station, the METAR of which is specified fog or haze. I will try to fly on this coast of Spain, I will look what weather transfers FSrealWX in the simulator.

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1 week 5 days ago #2116 by yanick
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thank you it's very nice to want to help me

Best regards

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