I know it’s San Diego, but don’t pack for summer

If you’re arriving early for the Ashtanga Yoga Confluence — in other words, on Wednesday — you might want to bring an umbrella.

No, no, the Confluence hasn’t moved from San Diego. But, amazingly, there is rain in the forecast for Wednesday. And temps only in the mid-50s.

It does appear that it will get marginally better from there. Both Thursday and Friday, as of now, are being forecast to bring partly cloudy conditions and temperatures from a low around 50 to a high in the low 60s.

Saturday and Sunday get better, with the sun coming out but temperatures staying in the same neighborhood.

I thought it was always 70 in San Diego?

It will be a little warmer inland. Keep in mind, the Confluence is right on the beach, so the weather is always a little cooler and a little cloudier. You might find some 70 degree weather if you go a few miles inland on Saturday.

We’ll get a few other “news you can use” updates over the next couple of days. Stay tuned.

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Two Ashtangis write about their practice and their teachers.

3 thoughts on “I know it’s San Diego, but don’t pack for summer”

  1. Steve, thanks for the packing tip! Sounds like the weather is not much different than chilly but relatively balmy (for this time of year) Massachusetts.

    FYI, I thought you’d like to share this great video from my friend Baird Hersey, who will be attending the Confluence, too, btw. It’s a compilation of video footage from 2000 & 2001 when Guruji was in the states. There’s some neat shots of two of the Ashtanga Confluence teachers, David Swenson and later in the video, Nancy Gilgoff, getting adjusted in Yogi Nidrasana.

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