NW mainly blue thermals. 100.3 km for Sondre
High pressure over the Azores, and a deep depression over the UK and a heat low over the Peninsula. A cold front is moving through the N of Spain, which may twitch up the winds a little today and tomorrow, however the winds lower down are generally light initially though may mix down as the day progresses. NW winds, so good for the Avila valley, but probably not much further. Quite cool and the skew dry adiabatic quite a long way to the right so perhaps a late start.
It took a while to get decent climbs, but after over an hour messing about on the big spine we went towards the Pass. Most went down, though David and Sondrey went over. Bill , myself and Bart flew back from the Pass as it seemed quite north. David got near Avila and Sondre battled on to 100.3km. His track below.