10/14 Craig's Getting Pretty Cold

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10/14 Craig's Getting Pretty Cold

Postby Craig Goudie » Sat Oct 14, 2017 4:38 am

North wind is blowing now and will continue to do so at UL, but it will remain dangerously
cold most of the day for liquid rides (might be some snow flurries). The Morning starts
in the 5/10M range at UL launches and maybe 40 degrees if you're lucky. By noon UL will be
more like 7/14 and sunny but very cold. It might blow some wild gusts at DC in the 6/12M range
around 11 AM, but it will be too cold to ride. In the valley, Air temps peak around 4PM at about
50 degrees, and by then it'll probably be 8/16 at UL.

Tomorrow, and Monday slightly warmer 7/14M DC thermals.

-Craig
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with Sailworks/Naish Sails

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