“I definitely thought that I would be slightly nervous in the air. However, it was the opposite and I felt very comfortable. I was amazed at how the glider responded to just the slightest touch of the controls. I was also very surprised how you could really feel the glider accelerating or decelerating when you either pointed the nose up or down.” Amanda 18
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Camden aviation weather forecast:
TAF AMD YSCN 231657Z 2317/2412 18003KT 9999 FEW020 FM232200 16010KT 9999 FEW035 PROB30 2317/2320 3000 BR BKN002 RMK T 15 16 21 23 Q 1009 1010 1011 1010
METAR YSCN 231830Z AUTO 00000KT //// // SCT002 BKN078 13/13 Q1010 RMK RF00.0/000.2
There is an automatic weather station at Camden Airport. You can call (02) 9353 6407 to get a AWS computerised voice summary of the weather.
Also the Bureau of Meteorology has a weather radar here and the Graphical Area Forecast here
It is a very useful exercise to view the synoptic and jet stream charts below together. It provides a valuable insight as to how the jet stream influences the surface weather.
The Aerological Diagram (AKA Skew T-Log P or Thermodynamic diagram) below from Sydney Airport can give a good indication of the heights at which clouds will form. Here is a PDF explanation of how to intepret these diagrams courtesy of the Australian Bureau of Meterology.
It is a worthwhile exercise to read this Aerological Diagram in conjunction with viewing the cloud cover as seen in the Camden Weather Web Cams HERE