Saturday, Sunday and Monday all look like possible flying days before the next front moves in on Tuesday. Monday would probably be difficult because the pre-frontal conditions bring too much of a northerly component to the wind, both at the surface and aloft. The storm Tuesday doesn’t appear to do much more at El Calafate than ruin flying conditions. Wednesday provides a brief respite before a more significant front comes ashore early Thursday morning with some rain possible in El Calafate. Depending on the low level winds, Wednesday could be a flying day, upper winds are difluent over Patagonia and may add to the lift.