Snow storms provide great opportunities for beautiful drone scenics, especially in the North East when things can look really dead in the winter. It’s important to remember a few things. First, wait for it to stop snowing. Falling snow can bring your motors to a stop plus you will most likely violate the VLOS rules by the FAA. Second, watch for blowing snow after the storm. 3rd, keep your batteries warm. Make sure you have a good launch site. I love using the Hoodman UAV Launch pad. It’s very well constructed. Try to fly right after the storm clears and the snow is fresh. It never gets old!

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