Wednesday was a great day for the first flight on my Rush 5. After 1 hour 5 minutes of flying I needed to hold big ears to get down!
Saturday: Post frontal and NE winds 10–15 mph this PM but short day as Thermal Soaring Forecast is poor—50’/min very cloudy—starting at 10:45AM with over development at 1PM! National weather service calling for 40 % chance of thunderstorms this PM.
Regional map shows clear skies and post frontal conditions over area. Local forecast calls for easterly winds all day with increasing cloudiness and westerly winds tomorrow!
Winds aloft are light.
Thermal soaring forecast is excellent—1,100’/min starting at 10AM and no over development forecast!
Regional weather map shows high pressure and clear skies over area.
Local forecast calls for easterly flow on Saturday followed by strong westerly winds on Sunday!
Thermal soaring forecast is excellent—-1,900’/min—starting at 11AM with no over development!
I finally have Ozone Ozium 2 pod harnesses in all sizes so come and hang!
Regional weather map shows clear skies high pressure. Local forecast shows easterly winds most of the day. Winds aloft have not been updated yet but Sugarloaf and Ward are showing light winds.
Thermal soaring forecast is good—500’/min—starting at 12:30AM with no over development!
I will be helping P0’s on their ground handling at 10AM. Accelerated P1/P2 Course in Grand Junction starts in 2 weeks and Ridge Soaring Clinic thereafter.
Regional weather map shows stationary front parked over area. Winds aloft are finally lighter! Winds aloft have not been updated yet. Sugar Loaf is reporting light and variable winds.
Local weather forecast calls for light easterly flow most of the day with increasing cloudiness. Thermal soaring forecast is excellent—1,000’/min—starting at 10:30 AM and over development at 6PM.
I will be helping new pilots with ground handling in the park at 9AM.
There is a safety modification to Ozone Ozium 2 harnesses that I can install on your harnesses in the park.
Regional weather map shows cold front passed by last night. Local weather forecast calls for NE winds most of the day. Winds aloft are high but Sugar Loaf is out of east. NBR already showing easterly flow early.
Regional weather map shows clear skies over CO!
Regional forecast shows easterly winds all day. Winds aloft are moderate. Thermal soaring forecast is good—-725’/min—starting at 10:30AM with no over development until 6PM!
NBR is light and early but will be building.
Today looks good for flying: Local forecast is calling for steady NE winds this PM. NBR is is already showing NE flow as a result of the passing of a cold front. The winds aloft are finally low.
I have posted several videos from my recent trip to Tapalpa, Mexico. One of my best memories was the day that all pilots—7— of us could thermal and top land at the new restaurant.
The Ozone Rush 5 was just released in sizes of MS & ML and a 10% discount is available until March 6th. Contact me for a quote.
Local weather forecast calls for strong west winds by 11AM. Winds aloft are high! NBR is showing easterly winds now but when will they switch?
Got both medium & large Ozone Ozium 2 pod harnesses in stock now so came and hang in one.
Last Wednesday was great: Johannes flight was ~ 2 hours and I had to engage big ears and speed bar to get out of the cold.
Saturday looks like the day to fly this weekend—-snow this evening!
Regional weather map shows cloudy skies. Local weather forecast shows NE flow all day.
Thermal soaring forecast is poor due to clouds? Winds aloft are light.
NBR is showing light and variable winds early.