Despite some initially poor weather, it dried out, brightened up, and the wind died down to allow us to launch some stuff! Check the flickr feed here. For those interested in the telemetry data from the payload we sent up, it looks like this.
Quite a short run as the rocket didn’t take long going up or down. Acceleration data isn’t terribly readable – the peak acceleration is obviously off the +- 4g scale of the accelerometer.
One bad data point on the pressure causes the smoothed graph to have a small dip in it, but otherwise the data appears consistent (if unverified).
Temperature data isn’t useful, the sensor is cooling from a previous high of 35C from being wedged into the rocket nose cone.