D'oh, I've been posting in the other thread.
Can't Wait, my UQ plans are pretty much locked down. I'll be cutting fabric tomorrow (Probably, since my training flight looks to be a loss thanks to the weather), and maybe sewing as well, depending on how much of a fit my machine pitches. It isn't really keen on this material I'm using. If all goes well, I ought to be stuffing down into it by Wednesday.
I posted in the other thread a while back regarding the general *trend* I was seeing in the long range weather models. Here's a quick update:
I can only see out to the 13th right now, but the trend remains warm. There are *hints* of an East Coast Bomb/ Nor'easter taking shape on the 12th and 13th, but the models are pretty wishy-washy on this. They're sure we're going to see some kind of low pressure. It just can't decide if it's going to be a gentle Lake Effect maker, or Snowmageddon 2012.
Either way, it looks like it's reasonable to expect a continuation of this constant cold and snowy then warm and muddy pattern pretty much right up until then. I sure wouldn't mind the temps staying up in the upper 20s at night since I'll have a relatively untested UQ with me, but I don't want to be experiencing Woodstock over again either.