San Luis Reservoir wind predictions for 10/12?

San Luis Reservoir wind predictions for 10/12?

Post by Cliff Sojourn » Tue, 08 Oct 1996 04:00:00


Hi all,

does anyone think it would be worth a trip to San Luis Reservoir next
weekend?  All I need is 12-18 (more's OK!), but I would really like to
avoid the Fleet Week activities in SF Bay.  Anyways, the wife says "no
more cold water!"

Do we have a good chance of getting some decent wind or will we likely
get skunked at San Luis this time of year?  

Any opinions?  Any free advice?  Any free beer?

thanks,
Cliff

 
 
 

San Luis Reservoir wind predictions for 10/12?

Post by Edward W. Sco » Thu, 10 Oct 1996 04:00:00

: Do we have a good chance of getting some decent wind or will we likely
: get skunked at San Luis this time of year?  

: Any opinions?  Any free advice?

Likely to get skunked, unless the fog comes back over the weekend.  Best
stay in the Bay (Peninsula).  If the fog comes back, Sherman's a better
bet anyway.

:Any free beer?

Nope.

--

     Ed Scott                             ShrEdding SF Bay    


 
 
 

San Luis Reservoir wind predictions for 10/12?

Post by WindCa » Fri, 11 Oct 1996 04:00:00

First try the wind charts at http://www.windcall.com  Today, Wednesday it
got up to 25 average.  Look for heavy fog on the coast.  

Then you must think about the weeds.  This time of the year, its not good.
Jim Martin
Call of the Wind

The Only System That Calls
You When It's Windy...

http://www.windcall.com

1-805-658-6699

 
 
 

San Luis Reservoir wind predictions for 10/12?

Post by Edward W. Sco » Fri, 11 Oct 1996 04:00:00



: : Do we have a good chance of getting some decent wind or will we likely
: : get skunked at San Luis this time of year?  

: : Any opinions?  Any free advice?

: Likely to get skunked, unless the fog comes back over the weekend.  Best
: stay in the Bay (Peninsula).  If the fog comes back, Sherman's a better
: bet anyway.

: :Any free beer?

: Nope.

: --

:      Ed Scott                             ShrEdding SF Bay    

--

     Ed Scott                             ShrEdding SF Bay