- In the back of the plane. Cramped,
but a cool experience. This something that Mark Robinson from
The Weather Network and I had been wanting to do for a while.
Before getting to the snow squalls.
We never did make it to the main squall. A few smaller squalls
popped up between our location and the main squall, so we went
for those instead.
After reaching the snow squalls.
A big difference in visibility. As we were flying using visual
flight rules only, we were not allowed to penetrate the snow
squall and get into zero visibility, but we could skirt the edges.