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Wind Shear

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Wind Shear
<strong>Wind Shear</strong>

Wind shear conditions are normally associated with the following phenomena:
• thunderstorms, microburst, tornado, and gusts.
• frontal surfaces
• mountain waves
• strong wind coupled with local topography
• see breeze fronts
• low-level temperature inversions

Source: ICAO

See also:
<a title="Downdraft and Microburst (MB)" href="http://flightcrewguide.com/wiki/meteorology/downdraft-microburst-mb/">Downdraft and Microburst (MB)</a>
<a title="Mountain Waves (MTW)" href="http://flightcrewguide.com/wiki/meteorology/mountain-waves-mtw/">Mountain Waves (MTW)</a>
<a title="Thunderstorms, CB / TCU" href="http://flightcrewguide.com/wiki/meteorology/thunderstorms-cb-tcu/">Thunderstorms, CB / TCU</a>
<a title="Turbulence Grade Classification" href="http://flightcrewguide.com/wiki/meteorology/turbulence/">Turbulence Grade Classification</a>
<a title="Clear Air Turbulence (CAT) Encounter" href="http://flightcrewguide.com/wiki/meteorology/clear-air-turbulence-cat-encounter/">Clear Air Turbulence (CAT) Encounter</a>
<a title="Wind Shear" href="http://flightcrewguide.com/wiki/meteorology/wind-shear/">Wind Shear</a>

Link to an explanatory article on Wikipedia <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wind_shear" target="_blank" rel="noopener">here</a>



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