I just heard this on liveatc and watched it here on FA.
Here is the situation:
You are the PIC of a large (~30 seat) regional turboprop operating on a scheduled flight. You check in with the tower while doing an ILS to runway 11 approach. The tower advises “new weather is 400 overcast visibility 3 miles wind 300 at 14 knots, temperature 13 dew point 12, altimeter 29.98.” Minimums for a straight in approach are 200 ft., 1/2 mile, circling are 1100 ft., 3 miles. You request two additional updates on the weather while on final with no appreciable changes. You make a missed approach, when and why?
The weather reported was accurate. The runway is 6100 feet long, near sea level. All components operating normally.
bonus question: The Cessna 208 behind you lands. was he legal?
Aspiring commercial, or low time comm. pilots only.