The Heart of Texas Air Show will be taking place this weekend, but will the weather forecast be any kind of threat to the festivities?
Event Organizer Debbie Standefer has received several emails and phone calls from people worried about this weekend’s weather and how it will impact the event.
Nevertheless, it is looking like a good weekend for the Air Show. All the rain should move out by Saturday, and then things are shaping up to be beautiful on Sunday.
The cold front will bring our highs on Saturday to the 50’s, and will have some of us in the 40’s with winds around 15-30 mph. Standefer says these cooler temperatures and winds don’t affect anything.
When it comes to clouds, she says the pilots prefer it.
The vendors were setting up at the TSTC Airport on Friday, and they had the ground show for the Blue Angels – where they introduced each pilot.
The Air Show will start at the airport at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, and runs all weekend. Guests can take their kids through the planes and watch the Blue Angels as they fly in Central Texas for the first time in 30 years.
For the full Air Show schedule, you can go here.
The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels, the Air Force Thunderbolt Demonstration Team will be a part of this year’s event. Gates open at 9:00 a.m., and tickets can be bought online and at the door.