I just started using this site a couple of weeks ago and became a member today. It has been a great tool. I am on call for 10 days and off for 5 days. It is great to see when and where the plane I fly is when im on call. (less stressful)
Anyway, I used to fly cloud seeding missions for Weather Modification Inc. I think that it’ll be very interesting to track some of their flights this summer. For people that don’t know what weather mod is you basically fly into the feeder clouds on the southwest side of a thunderstorm or poke into the side of a storm and seed it with silver iodide or dry ice.
Here is a list of some of the cessna 340’s that IFR around 25,000 feet:
From what I could see on the track info these planes will be working the project that starts today in Northwest North Dakota.
You can find more of their planes by searching regestration for Weather Modification INC. The 340’s are usually IFR and the rest seed the bases VFR but may have flight following.
Hope you like this