Let’s hope for lots of sunshine on Saturday.
Saturday would be good day to repack reserves and repair gear. Give me a ring if you need to do this.
It was good to get back in the air on Saturday after the flooding of last week. Conditions were mostly dry and we had light up slope flow most of the day and a group of PG pilots flew.
Sunday weather map shows an approaching NW cold front. This evening and night will have NW winds and rain showers continuing into Monday.
Pressure gradient is -.13″ and pressure is dropping at front range airports.
Keep an eye on NBR and we will ground handle or fly at 9AM.
Saturday was stupendous with flying most of day. Joe W. felt he need to pull big ears to get down?
Will start again at 7AM with large group of P1’s. Will be teaching again on Memorial Day if you need a wing.
NW cold front won and NW wings all morning as it passed. No flying until afternoon and over development predicted by 5PM!
Stronger west winds are forecast for Sunday so today is the better chance. They may be at Table Mesa already.
Conditions were quite soarable for Todd midday yesterday.
Today: Pressure gradient -.08″ and cloudy but thermal soaring forecast is good for this afternoon—400’/min!
It’s noon and it is looking good!
Saturday morning looks flyable before snow in afternoon.
Flying will not happen this weekend as snow and strong west winds are forecast.
Pressure gradient is light at -.09″ so up slope NBR flow should happen this morning. Let me know when you want to start.
Forecast for Friday–Monday sounds similar: sunny in the morning, then cloud and heat in afternoon with thunderstorms. Looks live flying everyday but great?
Pressure gradient -.07″ and NBR and mountain sites showing light and variable winds. Expect sunshine to start up slope flow soon. 20% chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. No P1’s so let me know when you want to start.