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  1. #576
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    I think we may have hit it down south in San Diego. Temperatures have finally come down into the foreseeable future. That means mid 70s at the beach
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    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    Giving the hound a nice full back scratch in the morning, and only a few guard hairs come out the past couple of days. No undercoat fluff. She knows...

  3. #578
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    the heat finally broke. Tried to ride but my dog is all gimpy and out of shape
    Also, I think there are Red Flag warnings and Winter Storm Warnings in some of the same counties in Montana.

    Everyone: "Droughts, fires, floods, hurricanes. I don't think this weather could get any crazier."
    Weather: "Hold my beer and watch this."

    Edit: Yes. http://forecast.weather.gov/product....n=1&glossary=1

    MT...Red Flag Warning until 8 PM MDT this evening Bitterroot... Deerlodge/West Beaverhead...East Beaverhead...East Lolo.


    Winter Storm Watch from Thursday evening through late Friday
    night ABOVE 6000 FEET for the Bitterroot/Sapphire
    Mountains...Butte/Blackfoot Region...Potomac/Seeley Lake
    Region.

    No longer stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Larry's boots in Boulder is open for the season, and I'm seeing more geese ... all this, in spite of the daytime highs still being in the 80's, down here at 5K feet.

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  5. #580
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    The usual early turners have turned.

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    noticed that down this way as well

    few weeks back

    felt

    the feeling, not the fabric.

  6. #581
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buster Highmen View Post
    Cliff Mass is saying Sunday for the PNW:
    http://cliffmass.blogspot.com/2017/0...-will-end.html .
    Still on track for Sunday into Monday with the possibility of snow in the Cascades. The turn is nigh!

    LONG TERM...Previous discussion...As we`ve been advertising, a
    front and upper trough will bring a return of rainy weather to
    Western Washington late in the weekend. Models agree pretty well on
    timing now, showing precipitation spreading to the Cascades crest by
    late Sunday afternoon. The upper trough will follow the front into
    the region on Monday, so it looks like a fairly wet day as well. At
    this point it looks like total rainfall Sunday through Monday will
    be mainly in the range of half inch to an inch across the Western
    Washington interior lowlands, with a bit more at the coast and in
    the mountains. It still looks like the snow level will fall from
    around 8000 ft Sunday to 6000 ft Monday.

  7. #582
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    It's definitely here in Seattle, notably yesterday morning. Cool mornings and dry rattly leaves overhead.

    For me, there are two parts to The Turn.
    1) When, as now, it is clear that summer is on its last legs.
    2) When the first dark and melancholy storm begins to blow.

    The first is here, and we're almost ready for the second. Hello, autumn, we've missed you.

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    Cold enough outside right now to wear jeans, shoes and long sleeves instead of a t-shirt, shorts and chacos like all summer... and it snowed up high in the Wasatch this morning

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    Wife is now asking to turn the heat on.

    I'm still holding out but I can't fight it much longer.

  10. #585
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    The heat went on a little. I saw snow in the high peaks. Under the clouds. It real cooled off. Must be our week of Fall. Come on winter! Other than waking up in the dark, I'm ready.
    No longer stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    My dog's shit was steaming this morning.

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    The heat went on a little. I saw snow in the high peaks. Under the clouds. It real cooled off. Must be our week of Fall. Come on winter! Other than waking up in the dark, I'm ready.
    No longer stuck.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

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    Cold enough to stick to the road at Guardsman Pass

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    ^ hell fucking yes

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    NWS agrees with Cliff.

    A CHANGE TO WET AND COOLER WEATHER IS IN STORE FOR WESTERN
    WASHINGTON THIS UPCOMING WEEK...

    A series of storms will bring much needed rain to Western
    Washington starting Sunday. At this time, it appeared that the
    heaviest rains will occur with the Monday and midweek storms.
    Some places, especially on the coast and in the mountains, will
    receive over an inch of rain from each of these storms. The amount
    of rain expected will be the most we have received since late
    spring.


    Expect a cold front to sweep across the area late Sunday and
    usher in a colder air mass. Snow levels will fall into the 4500 to
    5500 foot range by Monday morning.
    Anticipate the snow levels to
    generally remain in this range through the midweek. This will
    result in snow accumulations, mainly above the 5000 foot level.

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    A-Basin this AM

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    Alright, so it's "officially" the turn now for the Rockies. Time to head back, the beach has been fun.


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    Southbound geese are starting to show up in the Sierra. I saw at least a half-dozen Vs yesterday.

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    Frost on the ground this morning. 34 at my house at 7:30. Yep, it's here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Betelgeuse View Post
    Alright, so it's "officially" the turn now for the Rockies. Time to head back, the beach has been fun.


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    the beach will remain more fun for at least another 4-6 weeks and probably more like 8-12.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    From one of them knuckle dragging climate denier sites:

    “Lake Tahoe had its first snowfall of the season on Tuesday, Sept. 13,” says steamboattoday.com/.

    “Kirkwood Mountain Resort reported around 3 to 4 inches of wet snow early in the morning. The resort’s base is at 7,800 feet.

    “Sierra-at-Tahoe, located at 8,800 feet, also reported snow.”

    http://www.steamboattoday.com/news/l...017-18-season/


    https://www.iceagenow.info/snowfall-lake-tahoe/
    Eat em up Houston Cougars !

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    First snow of the season at Schweitzer overnight.... it's coming...


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