pask2155 wrote:Are discs more over stable in the cold?
Chuck Kennedy wrote:Discs initially fly more understable at colder temps and finish more stable as they slow down. If your flight path is a shallow S in warm weather, it will still be an S shape if thrown the same way in colder weather but the S will be more exaggerated left and right and shorter distance.
Chuck Kennedy wrote:Just think of it as "thicker" air to fly thru when it's cold. The greater air resistance initially turns the disc out of your hand similar to throwing into a headwind. The greater friction slows the disc down faster so it becomes more stable and doesn't fly as far.
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