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04 September 2008: On November 5, 2008 The AWC will eliminate the use of Above Ground Level (AGL) in Dallas and Chicago area forecasts See Technical Implementation Notice 08-70 for details.
06 August 2008: On 01 October 2008, The AWC will begin issuing the Graphical Airman’s Meteorological Advisory (G-AIRMET) as an operational product. See Technical Information Notice 08-40 (AMD) and Supplement for details.
22 April 2008: On November 5, 2008 the Terminal Aerodrome Forecast (TAF) format will change to incorporate the new 30-hour TAF. See Service Change Notice 08-15 and Supplement for details.
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