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    Quote Originally Posted by flash412 View Post
    September 26th...

    I guess I would expect snow at around 10xxx feet but to have had snow in Gillette seems crazy.

    I suppose that I should say that I live at 634 feet in Milwaukee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie View Post
    I live at 634 feet in Milwaukee.
    So what's the zip code for Feet St. in Milwaukee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 535is View Post
    So what's the zip code for Feet St. in Milwaukee?
    Cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie View Post
    I guess I would expect snow at around 10xxx feet but to have had snow in Gillette seems crazy.

    I suppose that I should say that I live at 634 feet in Milwaukee.
    Elevation in Gillette is a littler higher.....4550 feet in Gillette....zip code 82716
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    who's had snow?

    We've had one snowfall in the City, which quickly melted off; we're at 3500 feet.

    But things are looking good up at Sunshine:http://www.skibanff.com/conditions/webcam1still.php

    Mostly our fall has featured good riding weather each week.

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    Actually, it sort of is and sort of isn't, snow. It was a weird storm that dumped a lot of rain and small hail at the same time and when it ran down off the roof it fell as snow. So much came down in 5 minutes that the gutters were overwhelmed and it overshot them.

    But then again, there were some flurries last night but the ground is still warm enough that it melted as it hit.

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    10 October opening day for A-Basin here just outside of Denver...

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    that enough snow for ya??



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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie View Post

    I suppose that I should say that I live at 634 feet in Milwaukee.
    Hmmm. Lake Michigan is at about 580. We (central IL) are about 720, but it goes down to about 450 feet near the Mississippi. I was checking to see where to live should global warming continue.
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    WA higher ground

    Washington Pass I20 north WA at over 4500 ft. Still easily passable but the mountains look cool capped in white.

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    We had a dusting last Saturday night about a 1/2 inch. It's mostly gone now except what's in the shade. Low Tuesday morning was 19F. brrrr

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    I got snowed on while commuting to work about a week ago. Thankfully, nothing was sticking or turning to ice. My riding season is short enough as it is without the effin' snow coming in September/October.
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    See...I knew as soon as BG said "anybody have snow...?" we were going to have a new ice age. It was 50 F here this am after this Monday in the 90s. I plugged in my liner and zipped up. And got out the heavier gloves.
    So what's on tap for this winter's motorcycle person non riding ice age activity...?
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    It was 20 degrees at our house (7400') outside of Durango on Sunday morning. No snow, but certainly cold enough for it. On the other side of the coin, after starting out cold like that, it still gets up to about 70 in the afternoon with crystal-clear blue skies, making for perfect Indian Summer...

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