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2.4.1.6.1.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I24
Which precipitation type normally indicates freezing rain at higher altitudes?
A) Hail.
*B) Ice pellets.
C) Snow.
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2.4.1.6.2.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I32
Which weather condition can be expected when moist air flows from a relatively warm surface to a colder surface?
*A) Fog.
B) Convective turbulence due to surface heating.
C) Increased visibility.
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2.4.1.6.3.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
Fog is usually prevalent in industrial areas because of
A) atmospheric stabilization around cities.
B) increased temperatures due to industrial heating.
*C) an abundance of condensation nuclei from combustion products.
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2.4.1.6.4.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
In which situation is advection fog most likely to form?
*A) An air mass moving inland from the coast in winter.
B) A light breeze blowing colder air out to sea.
C) Warm, moist air settling over a warmer surface under no wind conditions.
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2.4.1.6.5.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
In what localities is advection fog most likely to occur?
A) Level inland areas.
B) Mountain slopes.
*C) Coastal areas.
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2.4.1.6.6.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
What types of fog depend upon a wind in order to exist?
A) Precipitation induced fog and ground fog.
B) Steam fog and downslope fog.
*C) Advection fog and upslope fog.
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2.4.1.6.7.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
What situation is most conducive to the formation of radiation fog?
A) Moist, tropical air moving over cold, offshore water.
B) The movement of cold air over much warmer water.
*C) Warm, moist air over low, flatland areas on clear, calm nights.
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2.4.1.6.8.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I32
The strength and location of the jetstream is normally
A) stronger and farther north in the winter.
B) stronger and farther north in the summer.
*C) weaker and farther north in the summer.
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2.4.1.6.9.A.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I31
Which conditions are favorable for the formation of radiation fog?
*A) Clear sky, little or no wind, small temperature/dewpoint spread, and over a land surface.
B) Cloudy sky and a light wind moving saturated warm air over a cool surface.
C) Moist air moving over colder ground or water.
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2.4.1.7.0.B.1
IRA IRH FII FIH AIF HIF IGI IFP
Knowledge Code: I43
The body of a Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) covers a geographical proximity within a
A) 15 to 20 mile radius of the center of an airport.
B) 10 to 15 mile radius of the center of an airport.
*C) 5 to 10 mile radius of the center of an airport.
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