Skydiving Weather

One of the most frequent questions we are asked is about the weather for the day of their skydive. Yes, weather can effect if we will be skydiving that day or not. We try to not make a decision to cancel skydives until the night before, due to weather forecast being so inaccurate more then 24 hours out.

Weather that we will cancel skydiving activities is for what I call “Winnie the Pooh” days. Days where it is just a soaking rainy day and you really don’t even leave the house. Unless of course its to go see a movie but really nothing outdoors. We will also cancel if they are calling for really windy days where the winds are blowing up to 20 mph. On windy days we will usually give the customers the option to change their jump time to later in the day. Wind speed will usually slow down toward the end of the day. If you make a reservation, and we cancel due to weather, we will contact you. Of course you can contact us anytime you have questions.

If we cancel skydiving jumps that day, we allow you to just pick another day for your Tandem Skydive.
Weather effects us only about 15% of the time, so choose your day and keep your fingers crossed for blue skies and puffy clouds. We hope to see you skydiving with us soon.

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