I had started an earlier thread about weather forecasts ( discussions.flightaware.com/view … p?p=111438 ). I got some very useful feedback there, and I have a short follow-up.
I am trying to identify which of the short-range (3 day ahead) NOAA forecasts people use for their flight decisions:
(i) GFS MOS MAV ( weather.gov/mdl/synop/mavcard.php)
(ii) Eta MET MOS ( weather.gov/mdl/synop/metcard.php)
They contain almost identical weather conditions, and I could not find much about either at ogimet.com/cgi-bin/count_reports?lang=en ).
Any help in differentiating between the MOS and MET reports would be most appreciated!