SPRINGTIME LITE

Finally we’ll have no high winds this coming week (if forecasts are right), while a recent warming trend will dip slightly through the next few days.  That’s a nutshell of the near future at Crystal, with mostly sunny days commensurate to the last week of April.  We’re still somewhat behind in terms of usual thermal conditions, but that will change eventually.

WARMING TREND

We’ve had lots of wind lately, and unseasonably cool temperatures too.  Feels like we’re a month behind in terms of thermal development, but the coming week might just bring our best so far this season.  Expect light breezes, balmy temps and thermal lift well up over the mountaintops right on through the weekend.

SEE YOU SOON!

SPRING CONTINUES

This coming week will be mostly about what the wind decides to do.  Thursday’s blowing solid from the west, but that may subside on Friday and Saturday, with fair weather from either northeast or southwest depending which forecast you believe.  Then on Sunday and Monday, wind is scheduled to return from the southwest, with wave almost certain – crosswinds permitting.  In other words, typical spring weather.

WAVE SEASON CONTINUES?

 

First, congratulations go to 15-year old Robles Fisher who flew his first solo last weekend.  Not yet old enough to drive, but plenty old enough to fly!

Looks like we’re in for a windy week this time around, mostly out of the west.  If the forecast is accurate, Saturday could bring classic wave – crosswind permitting…