DNBOF - Weather presets pack
Thirteen weather presets:
Atmospheric - Big and dramatic clouds, great for screenshots especially around sunrise/sunset
Breezy - Surface = 225/10 knots, gusting 18 knots, 10,000 feet = 270/30 knots, no gusts, 30,000 feet = 270/50 knots, no gusts
De-icing - Utility preset for those times when you cannot avoid freezing conditions, you don't have windscreen/airframe de-icing and just need a bit of heat to help you out with minimal loss of immersion. 60 degree C air temperature takes care of icing pretty quickly
Fog - Affects slant/horizontal visibility in the short to mid range
Light Snow Showers - Large but scattered low precipitation snow showers with light winds
Lying Snow - Snow on the ground, no wind and some high altitude cloud
Shallow Mist - Affects slant/horizontal visibility in the mid to long range
Small Heavy Showers - Smaller but bunched heavy showers with light winds (great in the Florida Keys)
Small Thunderstorms - Smaller but bunched thunderstorms with light winds
Snow Showers - Large but scattered high precipitation snow showers with light winds
Soaring Ridge - Medium sized Cumulus Clouds and wind 225/12 knots, no gusts. Good for ridge flying with a glider e.g. in the Alps.
Soaring Thermals - Medium sized Cumulus Clouds and no wind. Good for thermal soaring with a glider e.g. Namibia (get in under a cloud for thermal lift)
Thunderstorms - Large but scattered high precipitation thunderstorms with gusty winds
Windy - Surface = 225/25 knots, gusting 40 knots, 10,000 feet = 270/60 knots, no gusts, 30,000 feet = 270/80 knots, no gusts
DNBOF-X - Experimental weather presets
Experimental presets which are location specific. Load into those ICAO locations listed in the preset name and select the corresponding preset. Feedback gratefully received.
Fly out of or nearby EGLC (London City Airport) and you use the preset Supercell EGLC you'll find a large supercell to the west of the airfield that covers London and will even affect some operations even at EGLL (Heathrow). Hint: You might need a bigger boat ;-)
And try flying down to Miami International (KMIA) from Palm Springs in something turboprop or a jet and use the Hurricane KMIA preset.
Simply unzip the downloaded file and place the folder
dnbof-weather-presets-pack into your Community folder and start-up MSFS2020. Presets will then be available in the weather preset drop-down list. Have fun!