Monday, April 20, 2009

It was an interesting morning...

The weather turned out to be pretty much as forecast. I got off the runway at KVKX at 0724 in moderate rain and climbed through an 800 foot overcast to hard IMC at 5,000 MSL. Conditions improved after Dover to where I was between layers and by the time I was talking to McGuire Approach, the underlying clouds were scattered.

Bridgeport had a scattered-to-broken layer at 1,000 feet. They had the ILS 6 on offer, circling to land on 11 (due to winds from 100 at 18 knots).

The hardest part of the whole flight was getting the cover on the airplane in the 18 knot breeze.

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