Re: [BSA] RE: Need meter readings
- TonyJon and I arrived at 7;10 and it was a strong 14m Jon rigged his new 15m GK tricks ( he's liking it allot )and we were out for over a hour , plenty of wind for good air . Greg was there when we arrived but he didn't windsurf it would of been big gear . He did launch for us , thanks to Greg . Tomorrow morning looks like it could be a little better then today----- Original Message -----From: Tom von AltenSent: Monday, June 29, 2009 9:52 AMSubject: [BSA] RE: Need meter readingsTony wrote:
The wind looked like it might be working today so went out to LP but it was calm. Sure wish the meter was online. Just cant trust the regular readings at LufiWell, I'm surprised that (a) today wasn't "on", and (b) that the LP RAWS was in the double digits.But I would never go up to the lake with ONLY a look at that one sensor. I wish we weren't so far down the Corps' priority list, but a look at the local aggregate on my site(complete data at http://fortboise.org/windsurfing/wind.20090629.html )for this morning has "don't bother" written all over it, with flat numbers in Mountain Home and a vague NW trend elsewhere.(I must say that the big, positive pressure difference between Hailey and Boise -- almost 0.20" -- is a weird counter-indicator though.)Since yesterday was so outstanding, treat it as a reference for goodness:And yes, we need that meter at Barclay Bay.
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