Re: San Luis Working???

From: Claude Waledisch (
Date: Thu May 14 1998 - 08:34:28 PDT

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Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 08:34:28 -0700
From: Claude Waledisch <>
Subject: Re: San Luis Working???

At 05:14 PM 5/13/98 -0700, you wrote:
>I live in San Diego now, and haven't been 'road-trip sailing' in a
>while. But I used to drive up in late May and early June to San Luis
>Reservoir and get in some pretty good sailing. I looked at the reports
>from the past few days and it looks lousy. Is the weather pattern broken
>with now that El Nino has turned us into Oregon South??

Not exactly!!
It's like winter in the bay area!! Cold and overcast. + chance of showers.
Not the perfect recipe for thermo winds!!!
Before the last 3 days in a row, we had rain on and off for 8 days ;-((

Claude Waledisch
Nicolet Instrument Corporation
Madison, WI 53711
Phone Mail 5217
Fax 608-273 5045

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