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I posted this yesterday but didn't see it today on the messageboard. So here it goes again: I use the 'real weather' in FS9 and at times, I suddenly I face a instant weather change the puts me in a white out situation with zero visibility. For example, I was making a visual approach and on final when WHAM!!, the screen changes to a complete white-out. No gradual change, no evidence in the scenery that such a condition exists at the arrival airport. This has even happened when doing T&G's at the same airport. What's funny is that the AI A/C is also doing visual appraches and don't seem to be affected. Has anyone else experienced this same phenomenom? Does this happen with the payware weather programs? Thanks for any feedback.

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Found my original question on the board on page two. Don't know how I missed it before. Had one response that verified my thoughts. Would like to hear from others that use ASv6 or Weathermaker or any other weather program users. Thanks again.

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Hi,Cant say I see this with Active Sky 6. There is always a point where visibility changes, but not as drastic as you seem to be getting.I can see ahead (setting 30 miles) and clouds are very realistic, so I can imagine that the world will become very white as I descend into them.At times weather is at variance to what ATC is seeing, so I now listen to ATC, take their runway, but do not expect ATIS to mean much.

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