Dry, wet, hot, cold, sunny, cloudy, foggy, raining… plan on it all.
Tournament weather in the past has experienced perfect conditions like sunny, warm and light winds to very challenging conditions with downpours, cold and high winds. In either of these conditions or somewhere in between, the tournament will proceed as planned. Therefore, you should plan on the same.
The tournament’s general weather policy is that unless there is an immediate threat of severe weather coming or lightning is present, the tournament will go on as scheduled. You need to be prepared to participate in the rain and to both protect and keep dry and clean yourself and your equipment as much as possible. Determine the weather conditions that are present and forecast for your day at the shooting park and bring umbrellas, tents, and dry towels to help you manage the possibility of inclement weather.
Shooting in bad weather poses some other challenges that you don’t encounter in good weather including handling a wet firearm safely and additional clothing to keep you dry and warm. Make sure in all cases, that you practice safety first. Please view rules for suspension or cancellation of any events during the Championship due to inclement weather.
Average high: 76-degrees
Average low: 55-degrees
Average precipitation: 4.05-inches
Sunrise: 5:30 a.m.
Sunset: 9:10 p.m.