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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Too high? You are the low ball guy here. Yesterday was a cool 13 F. So, we are moving up.
    Don't mind me Brad. I don't know what I was thinking here. I'm so confused
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    QUOTE=Snow Miser;47787]Don't mind me Brad. I don't know what I was thinking here. I'm so confused [/QUOTE]

    Don't worry Bob-it will pass!!!


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    Don't worry Bob-it will pass!!!
    Was that a high pass or a low pass? Maybe it was a low high pass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Was that a high pass or a low pass? Maybe it was a low high pass.

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    It was a low high pass. And it has passed!
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    We are still still with the highest Daily Low temperature of 33 F. And more than 1/2 the month is gone. Will we get some heat at the summit to warm things up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    We are still still with the highest Daily Low temperature of 33 F. And more than 1/2 the month is gone. Will we get some heat at the summit to warm things up?
    2/3rds of the month is gone and we are still stuck with the highest low temperature for the month of 33 F. We need some warming to get into the pack.
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    Come on 46*.....
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    I'm out! Steve is in the lead. 38 yesterday. Maybe higher today?
    Last edited by Rich; 04-27-2011 at 06:50 AM.
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    It looks like today could be up in the range of the 3-whatevers (aka. the 3 identical twins) commonly known as Charlie, Chris and Brad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    It looks like today could be up in the range of the 3-whatevers (aka. the 3 identical twins) commonly known as Charlie, Chris and Brad.
    or it could be Karen's Day....but we'll see what things look like when the Sumitt gets back up on line later today/tonight...or we get to see the F6 report tomorrow
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