Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph

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Friday, April 03, 2009
By Yokota Fritz


Today's weather forecast for the San Francisco Bay Area is code for "a really fast bike ride this evening." I even saw mention of possible gusts to 40 mph.

Confidential to Murph: Leave a little early so you don't miss your train.


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Snork. That's news?

Oh, yea, there :)
 
I forget how windy it is in the Midwest sometimes :-) I moved away from Illinois in 2001.
 
sounds like a perfect day to hit up Sherman Island, Crissy Field, or Coyote Point and bust out some duckjibes on the ole' windsurfboard with a nice 5 meter sail.
 
dude you lived in Illinois too?

Are you stalking me?

ILL
 
You knew that, Murph. I lived in Champaign County in Sidney, out between Philo (the center of the universe) and Homer and not far from the huge Frito Lay grain facility.

I used to ride my bike 25 miles to work on the north side of Champaign before I got a gig much closer in Savoy before I got a nice "work from home with travel" gig before I got laid off and moved to Colorado.
 
It's been a little windy here in Oklahoma this week, Fritz. Ten to twenty is a nice, early morning kind of wind. It picks up through the day. By mid-afternoon, birds trying to land in Tulsa finally make it to a perch somewhere in Kansas. I can coast at almost 20 mph on the way home.

Enjoy your breezy day!
 
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