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Launch is a GO! The field is in good shape.
However, bear in mind that there could be up to 1/2″ of rain before launch time tomorrow, so be careful where you park – we do not have the capability to pull stuck vehicles from mud. Also, the launch could be interrupted or cut short by scattered showers or storms, so please be weather aware.
It’s time to fly!
The forecast for tomorrow morning/afternoon continues to improve – club officers will evaluate the field conditions this afternoon and a no go/go decision will be announced soon thereafter.
Stay tuned – things look more promising.
Weather forecast for Saturday continues to get worse – plus the rain anticipated on Friday could create unacceptable field conditions. A no-go/go decision will be made mid-day on Friday.
Not looking good right now, but stay tuned…
We will be launching at the Butler Mill field (see http://hararocketry.org/hara/high-power-launches/ for directions).
No on-site vendor, so bring your stuff!
Weather forecast iffy at this time – stay tuned for further updates.
Due to recent rains, field conditions will not support a launch tomorrow (Saturday March 16).
Due to forecast 100% chance of thunderstorms tomorrow, the launch is cancelled. We are looking at next Saturday, March 16, but field conditions are not expected to be favorable given the amount of rain projected to fall between Tuesday and Thursday. We will post an update Friday morning after the field has been evaluated.