After what seems to have been a very long wait, the spring soaring season is finally starting to heat up in Northern California. The soaring forecasts for tomorrow look like a repeat of last Tuesday's "epic" conditions, hopefully including the cloud streets.

The 21 hour ETA forecast has lift to 5,000 feet by 11am and moving up to 7,000 feet by 2pm, possibly higher. I'll check the high resolution forecasts as they become available tonight and tomorrow morning, but I'm planning to spend the day outside and, hopefully, well within glide of a good airport. :-)

Posted by jzawodn at April 25, 2005 09:14 PM

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