Weather plays a large role in aircraft patterns. Not only must planes operate into the prevailing wind, but when visibility is reduced in bad weather, aircraft must operate according to GPS waypoints, and not by landmarks. This is a complicated air traffic system, with varying layers of control, and precludes any local noise abatement wishes of the community. A METAR Translator may also be helpful.
The Airport created a PowerPoint presentation for one of its abutting neighbors to explain the history history and purpose of its noise abatement programs.