Last few sleeps to TOSS Aerobatics Event 2011
Due to surprising early year work load I have beenm a bit tardy in posting.
But with the TOSS Aerobatics Event 2011 just a few days away
and with the weather doing a perfect flip switch impersonation I thought I would update
the Windfinder predictions on a daily basis so we can all watch the weather turn, change
and tease the contestants over the next 4 days.
True to form this wee skinny little piece of peninsula will only likely reveal
it’s true intent onnthe morning of the event.
Notably we have had more wind than we have had for a few good years as the
South Atlantic High Pressure system has domintated the weather systems here,
resulting in severe flooding further north as the moist onshore flow ascends
the escarpment and unloads it’s weight in water.
The South Easter has shown the howling ferocity of character that it was famous for,
right from when the first blankes recorded the weather in this part of the world.
That table cloth on the mountain isn’t there for nothing.
Right now it looks like the South Easter will hold for Saturday while a
weak frontal system skims down south and impacts with a southerly vent on Sunday.
If it holds like this it could be all good. Lets see what tomorrow brings.