Monthly Archives: March 2009

Gold Rush, Revised

I have been checking the weather forecast. It is snowing now (1:00 PM Saturday) and 35F. Looks like a low tonight of high teens to low 20s. Possibility of 10+ inches of snow tonight and snow showers during the day … Continue reading

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Gold Rush, Royal Gorge, CA

It looks like a snowy one. Forecast is as follows:Saturday night snow is probable. Low temp of 24F. Sunday start time temp of 25F. Possibility of snow. Humidity 89%. I would take a pair of medium to softer flex warm … Continue reading

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Cascade Crest Mount Bachelor revised

The snow has been very cold for the last few days. Right now it is only 9F (-13C). I know it is sunny today, but I have a feeling the snow will remain cold. Cloud cover coming in this afternoon … Continue reading

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Bretton Woods Marathon

It has been a typical New England March. A couple of days ago Bretton Woods Norcic Center received about 1.5 inches of sleety, rainy, snowy mix. On Friday night the forecast is calling for a low temperature of 1F. It … Continue reading

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Cascade Crest Mount Bachelor

The Cascade Crest race is a freestyle race with 15km and 25km opitons. Race date is March 14. Current NOAA weather forecast is for overnight low of 21F (-6C). 80% chance of snow. Race start temperature of 28F (-1C). Current … Continue reading

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March 6 Update

For West Yellowstone I am staying with my original forecast. Just talked to Scott at West and he said it has been snowing, some big flakes, some little fine crystals. 28F right now, 4:30 pm PST. Getting pretty cold tonight. … Continue reading

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Great Bear Chase 09

Weather is fickle in March. It has been very warm in the upper mid-west. I just spoke with folks at the Swedetown ski trails. Looks like there will be a mix of rain and snow tomorrow. Highs could push 40. … Continue reading

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