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Weather restrictions

Discussion in 'General Skydiving Discussions' started by Jessi, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. Jessi

    Jessi Member

    I know you wouldn't be able dive during a storm, but what about just iffy weather? Can you dive when it's windy? Or when a storm might be coming, but it's not there yet? What kind of rules are there?
  2. Freedombiker

    Freedombiker Member

    Hi Jessi, the only thing I know about this would be:

    1. If the wind has a certain speed they will not jump anymore.
    2. If it is raining they still will jump, but seems to be also depending on people who are jumping.
    3. If there are below a certain amount of jumpers they will not go in the air, because of the cost.
    Above I did hear when I was informing about a new place to jump. But again, all is depending where you are jumping. Seems that there are no rules for it.
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