Since launch I had never seen the snow system work as intended, either everything was covered in snow or no snow at all.
Today I flew over LEMD (as I usually do every day) and I was surprised to see the area of La Sierra, the mountains behind, were covered in snow, as they are in real life, because it snowed yesterday over there!
There is however a minor issue with clouds being too low around Madrid, which seems like a sort of fog that is not there in real life, I have experienced this during my last 3 flights.
Looks good. I did a flight into LOWI and the snow was amazing, until I realised it was also entirely covering the runway and lights. Not sure if that is intended at times or not, but didn’t help the landing.
As for me I took off somewhere in Morocco a few days ago (post SU7), the weather was clear and lovely without a single cloud in sight (too bad local real-life METARs said otherwise but nevermind that) and 10 minutes into the air a huge gust shook the aircraft and suddenly everything around became overcast.
The new weather is nice WHEN it works.
ps: no weather system will ever be complete until it has some actual impact on the aircraft we’re flying. If I’m able to fly my C152 in the middle of a hurricane or if humidiity/icing don’t cause significant engine performance issues, then the weather is just eye candy and fluffy clouds.
This thread irritates me.
Because for me the weather system clearly does not work as intended. The wind in Live weather is static as reported in the METAR, without any gusts or slight variations, like in: robotic. And it is simulated without taking magnetic variation into account. But that would be a minor problem, as there are other issues, and that’s probably why these threads exist with a fairly high vote count already: