A little over a week to launch and I’m starting to worry about the weather — even though I know long-range forecasts are notoriously unreliable. It reminds me of many times I’ve planned VFR cross-country flights, looking for that weather window that allows you to “get out of Dodge.” Here’s what Accuweather is saying right now:
So, while it’s too early to worry, but I’m a Vermonter. Let’s worry about getting up over Mendon Mountain hauling an Airstream. It will take a day or two to get out of the ice/snow zone heading south.
Meanwhile, it’s time to continue to check off items that we’ll need, start packing, and remembering that a day or two delay at this point is not the end of the world. Temperatures today in Corpus Christi were in the 70’s so we’re psyched to leave our snowy world for a little sun and sand.