Captain Posted November 21, 2008 Share Posted November 21, 2008 BUT WHY? I have 3 questions for the learned members of the Forum: BACKGROUND: There is a substantial weather event here this weekend and we have had strong winds overnight such that my dog got blown down to Gundagai, and today will be totally unflyable with strong winds predicted, the freezing level will be down from 12000 ft yesterday arvo to 4000 today and we have snow predicted on the mountains and blizzard conditions in the warnings. QUESTIONS 1 Given all of the above, why did the wind still drop at dawn and dusk, same like it usually does? 2 It is an obvious and incontrevertable fact that conditions as I have described above only happen when a group have spent immeasurable effort on organising a Fly-In, as they have in Corryong and Mount Beauty this weekend. So what is the firm & causal link between Fly-Ins and crappy weather? (The link is so direct that there just has to be an optic fibre cable somewhere in the mix for this to be so definite?) 3 Why is it that when the Cockies crank up their Headers at harvest time, the clouds get greyer? Please help. Regards Geoff Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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