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How's the Weather Looking over Long Island?
Skydiving is a weather dependent activity! Clouds, wind, and rain are all conditions that can cause us to delay or in some cases cancel skydiving operations.
At Skydive Long Island, we follow the weather every day. That said, weather forecasts are only predictions of what the weather will do and they are often wrong. Extended forecasts are interesting, but we really only know what the weather will do on the day of your jump. Please also keep in mind that the weather at our location is often different than it is in New York City.
You can get weather updates on our Faceook page and Twitter feed or feel free to call us the day of your jump before you head out to get our weather outlook. If we are unable to skydive on the day of your appointment due to unfavorable weather conditions, we will gladly reschedule you and move your deposit to another day.
Snow (1–2 in.) starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening, and breezy overnight.
Breezy until evening and partly cloudy starting in the afternoon.
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Mostly cloudy until evening.
Mostly cloudy throughout the day and breezy starting in the evening.
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