Creating and Managing Aviation Weather Reports for Airport Networks Team Team
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This guide provides a step-by-step process to create weather reports in's Weather Reports, focusing on conditions across a network of airports. These reports help identify airports requiring the most attention and offer detailed weather insights.

Below you’ll find the basics to creating an Aviation report, including sharing and automation. Also be sure to check out this step-by-step guide:


Getting Started with Airport Overview Reports

  • Creating the Report: Name your report (e.g., Airport Overview) - this can be fully customized to suit your needs. Select the airports for which you want to summarize conditions.
  • Adding Weather Summaries: Include a textual summary alongside the weather data for each airport. This summary highlights critical information like visibility, cloud ceiling, and precipitation intensity.
  • Focusing on Specific Airports: If certain airports show significant weather impacts, you can add a detailed table to describe conditions exclusively for that airport. Set the duration and parameters like snow accumulation to get a comprehensive view:


Click here for an example of a single location report.


Utilizing Widgets for Analysis:


  • Weather Impact Table: Summarize multiple airports to identify the most impacted ones. The table highlights the top five affected airports.


  • Airport's Winter Daily: View top winds and precipitation at various hours for selected airports.
  • Trend Lines: Add trend lines for specific weather parameters, such as snow accumulation, to visualize hourly and total accumulation over the selected period.


See an example of a full aviation report here and below:

  • Applying Gale Summary*: For all tables created, you can apply the Gale summary for a concise and informative overview, focusing your attention on critical areas.

*This ability is only available to users with access to Gale, our premium AI weather assistant. Interested in learning how to integrate Gale in your business operations? Get in touch with our team at

Automating and Sharing Your Report

  • Saving and Scheduling: Once your report template is created, save it and schedule it for automatic delivery. You can set it to be sent daily or multiple times a day to yourself or colleagues.
  • Receiving and Distributing Reports: Automated reports will be updated with fresh data and the new start time. After receiving the report, you can make edits, add operational notes, and distribute it as needed.


Sharing Options:

  • Internal Sharing: Share within your account.
  • External Sharing: Generate a shareable link for third-party vendors or external parties.


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