This coming week will feature fine soaring of course, even if unexceptional by local standards.  With mild southwesterlies and temps not much higher than 90, the most unusual weather might be widespread cloud cover in the flat desert, not the mountains, plus humidity as high as 30%!  The best lift this time around may be convergence related, particularly along the (mostly windward) edge of large shadows.  

In SOARING IS LEARNING this week, we have two wonderful accounts of flights last Saturday by Peter Kovari and Karl Sommer, who both soared 252-miles to Austin, NV.