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AndyR wrote:
xtophe wrote:
AndyR wrote: gliding sites, one can, I believe, safely assume they are inactive on blowy, wet autumnal days.


Wet yes, blowy not necessarily. Always trainee to train and pilots keeping current.
And if a ridge or wave lift are accessible, windy day might see a lot of activity.


What would be the operating limit on wind speed out of interest?


Until you are blown over there is no need to cease gliding operations.