Looking like nicer weather for the Confluence this time around

Bear with me for a second. Here’s a little from a post from almost a year ago:

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.

The title of that post? “I know it’s San Diego, but don’t pack for summer”.

Those who attended the first Confluence might recall it stayed fairly cool during the weekend. It was especially cold during the opening puja — so once again, shout out and props and a tip of the doti to Eddie Stern for braving the cold marina water next to the Confluence hotel.

Happily, this year it is looking like San Diego is going to serve up a more classic SoCal weekend. Friday and Saturday, as of now, should reach about 70. (Keep in mind, as the Confluence is by the ocean, it will be a little cooler than what the San Diego forecast tells you. I’m going with a Pacific Beach forecast as that is a bit more precise, I think.) Sunday, however, it might only get into the low 60s.

Lows will only into the mid-50s. You might want to run from your room to the Mysore practice room.

If I had to be optimistic, I’d say you could sneak some time on the beach on Saturday, although it looks like it may cloud up a bit on Saturday and into Sunday. Still, maybe come prepared.

Posted by Steve

 

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