38 =========== ---------- *AT* Ascutney VT
Sometimes the prediction seems way off, but that is rare.

62 =========== ---------- *AT* Fremont, CA
I just go with it...

76 =========== Julian (Tim) Tuck *AT* Gatineau Gliding Club, Ottawa, ON
I don't often fly on days when overdevelopment is predicted

85 =========== ---------- *AT* Mission Ridge, CA
tend to go by feel on the day

161 =========== Vic Thompson *AT* Kars ON (Canada)
I occasionally look at this value, but find personal observation & experience to be more useful.

166 =========== James Gaar *AT* Ottawa, KS
not tested

179 =========== ---------- *AT* Ellenville, NY near Wurtsboro, NY
This is helpful but many times there is only a granularity of 1 unit over the entire area making it difficult to tell if OD will occur or not. Example: area of site is -1 but 50 miles away it is 0 or +1. Tends to overpredict OD.

211 =========== ---------- *AT* Lookout Mt. Flight Park Rising Fawn GA
I think the scale isn't very helpful. Increments too big maybe.

221 =========== Bill Whelan *AT* FDK MD
Seems to correlate with pretty well with f/cs for isolated T-storms

261 =========== ---------- *AT* Truckee/Minden
I pay attention to the MLS, not multiple listing service, but moisture, lifting, and stability.

267 =========== Kurt Wimberg *AT* Arco ID. Moore ID, Jackson Wy.
Doesn't seem to be accurate or I don't understand how to use it.

276 =========== Doug Levy *AT* Warner Springs, Ca
I don't use this often

291 =========== ---------- *AT* Hemet Ryan/Hemet Ca.
Used on occasion.

303 =========== Bill Ricker *AT*
Usually not usefull in bay area.

306 =========== ---------- *AT* Mission Peak -- Fremont, CA
See Cumulus Potential comments

307 =========== ---------- *AT* Elko, BC
I'll give the day a miss if overdevelopment seems to be a serious threat.

337 =========== ---------- *AT* Kelly Airpark Elbert, CO
Overdevelopment prediction is critical for flying on the Front Range

377 =========== ---------- *AT* Wurtsboro, NY
Difficult to answer Accuracy and Average Error questions.

397 =========== Dan Shoemaker *AT* Caddo Mills, TX
Our convection in N TX tends to focus on boundaries that the RUC can't resolve. On day's that the RUC sees lots of convection, that's usually not a flying day anyway.

411 =========== ---------- *AT* Brokenstraw P-15, Youngsville, PA
I have never used this.

419 =========== Rolf Beyer *AT* Harris Hill, Elmira, NY
Have not spent time to use & compare

441 =========== ---------- *AT* La Grange, GA
not enough experience with this one to know its accuracy. Only used on certain summer days.

464 =========== Chuck Deerinck *AT* Sky Sailing, Warner Springs, CA
Over Development does not acurately shut down the soaring potential here, so I largely don't rely on it indicating anything other that a solid cloudbase.

467 =========== John Medley *AT* Crystalaire Llano, CA
Have not been keeping track of "error" enough to provide a comment in that column on this one

468 =========== ---------- *AT* Austin, TX
Good stat for Texas where gulf moisture alwas threatens to OD bur usually doens't. I use this to cross-check what I see on a SkewT

486 =========== Martin Hellman *AT* Hayward, CA
I tend to rely on this more than Cu Potential, Cu Cloudbase, or OD Cloudbase. If there's going to be OD, I don't care so much what the bases are, I don't want to be there. Again, I tend to merge BLIPMAP info with DUAT.

489 =========== ---------- *AT* Mountain Valley Airport, Tehachapi, CA
This is a safety critical parameter for me. If it predicts an OD on course, I turn back earlier to be on the home side of the overdevelopment. If too much OD is predicted, I tend to stay home. Have raced the Mt. Whitney OD shadow home several times...

497 =========== ---------- *AT* Boulder, CO
I like to use the K index and cross it with the lifted index. it gives me the most accurate idea of od.

518 =========== George Hamilton *AT* Rancho Murieta, CA
See above.

524 =========== ---------- *AT* Middletown/CA