Today is sunday as I post this, and the web cam at WSC shows the runway is wet, but in sunshine.
The RASP for tomorrow - Monday, looks quite promising.
There is another pressure drop (low pressure) coming our way from the NW to give us more precip on tue and wed, but maybe tomorrow, Monday will be somewhat post frontal.
We'll have to watch for the high cloud cover that might precede the approaching low.
Re: Monday 3-26
The high clouds that I mention on the previous post above aren't the problem.
Air is unstable up to 8,000 ft, where the inversion begins.
unstable air, high inversion - both good.
Wind somewhat strong, out of the south, but steady all the way up to the inversion.
Low BS ratio, but if thermals are there, it just means steeper bank angles in the climbs.
The problem, is.... the blue line!
too much moisture in the air above 4,000 ft.
I won't be flying today.
Here is comparison of the sounding we had last Friday, with the one for today.
I thought that last Friday was challenging, because the sun just couldn't get through that moisture, but today will be even more of a challenge.