Posts Tagged ‘Hot Air Balloon Flights’

Hot Air Balloon Ride Flying Weather for this Week

Monday, May 20th, 2013

The weather forecast for Adirondack hot air balloon rides this week in the Adirondacks, Lake George, Saratoga Springs, Albany, The Capital District region does not look very promising until the coming Memorial Holiday Weekend. I have space available on my Adirondack Balloon flights this Memorial Day Weekend, so give a call to 518-793-6342 to book a balloon ride with me or contact me through my web site – AdirondackBalloonFlights.com.

The view of the early morning mist in the mountain valleys from our balloon.

Balloon Ride Weather Forecast for Weekend and early next Week

Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Our weather continues to be beautiful for outdoor activity, including going on a hot air balloon ride. The National Weather Service forecast for the Lake George, Saratoga Springs, Albany – The Capital District region, continues to be dry, under the influence of a blocking high pressure area, parked over the northeastern part of the United States. If anyone is interested in going on a balloon ride during a pretty time of spring, now is your opportunity – we have space available on most flights right through next week. So, give us a call @ 518-793-6342 and/or check out our web site, and fill-out the reservation form to book your balloon flight.

The view from our hot air balloon

The view inside our hot air balloon

Our hot air balloon

Recent Flight and Current Weather Forecast

Friday, July 27th, 2012

There isn’t much to update for hot air balloon rides, since the weather has been rather lousy for balloon flying, and unfortunately, it looks to continue that way, except for maybe a brief break next Monday and part of Tuesday, for the foreseeable future.

The only flight this week was Robbie and Roxanne on a Wednesday morning Private Hot Air Balloon Flight, and, it was a beautiful morning to be out and about over the Lake George, Saratoga Springs area.

The weather forecast for the Lake George area is rather lousy for the next 7 days, other than a break early in the week on Monday. I know that some folks were fretting dry conditions, especially with the media folks hyping the drought mid country, but this is the North East, and while we do get dry periods, they tend to be short as the rain always returns.