In general terms and as far as walking could concerned Damavand Mountain has only two climates, summer and winter! Autumn and as well, spring are really short and deliberated as cold temp for ski touring. In summer season, mid-June to September Damavand Iran weather conditions is most suitable for mountaineering. The forecast in othe seasons is uncertain and regarded as off-season for hiking & trekking.
Read original source of info for Mount Damavand Weather Forecast HERE and HERE
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The world champion in laser radial competitions is leading the Irish national youth rowing team
11 total hits, 11 hits today
Houth Yves McMahon, loyal to announcing his pre-event bidding title, took the lead at ILCA 6 at the Irish Investwise National Youth Rowing Championships in Cork Harbor today.
The ILCA 6 (Radial Laser) World Youth Champion won first and second place in light to medium winds at the Curlin Bank.
Rocco Wright of Howth Yacht Club won another race, although with a different set of results, finishing seventh overall.
Royal Cork WC host Michael Crosby is seventh in the lead in the chase, but is still about ten points behind McMahon.
Meanwhile, in another powerful show for clubs in North Dublin, Malagen’s Imogen Hauer and Hugo Mica’s overnight slightly superior in the 420 class as a fierce three-man battle ensues. Lough Ree’s Eoghan Duffy and Conor Paul are one point behind the Dublin crew but only in a draw with Jack McDowell and Henry Thompson of Malahide and Wexford Harbor.
“The opening day was a difficult day as conditions changed after the first race,” said Sean Evans, director of the Irish Rowing Youth Academy. We also had a tidal effect that made laylines interesting.
There were a few very strong performances with lots of battles in front of the fleet, although the result that day was Yves McMahon in the ILCA 6 class.
The four-day event on Friday accelerates as the remaining classes for the 29er, ILCA 4 (Laser 4.7) and Topper fleets begin racing, bringing participants to 130 sailors.
Championships are usually held during the Easter school holidays, but were postponed to the mid-term break due to the Covid 19 epidemic.
Click to see all the results of the first day of the Irish National Youth Rowing Championships Here.