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    Quote Originally Posted by BAXTERCA2 View Post
    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
    Not Karen's day today anyway. The Conditions page shows temp down around 43-44 this morning with an extra dip lower. But, that might get corrected when they do the F6. Today is not a 46F day. Maybe tomorrow?
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    1 more degree! 1 more degree! Come on mountain and give me a 39 on the F6 report. Then I will have to find that drink and have a toast from it!!!

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    And there goes my chance with a 41 the other morning *sigh*

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    One day left in the month of April and we have a high low temperature of 41 F - so far. Maybe tomorrow will be a higher low?

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    36 - Rich
    37 - Anna LeBlanc
    38 - Steve M
    39 - tdb1977 (maybe the drinks helped)
    40 - sdways01

    41 - whitemtnvisitor the leader so far

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    43 - Charlie
    44 - CHRIS
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    51 - KSearl (he is feeling heat in the kitchen - maybe?)

    Not much chance of a change as the temp now at 9:30 PM is at 28 F. So, when we round midnight there is no chance really of the low being higher than 41 F. We have to wait for the official results from the F6. But, all predictions are that whitemtnvisitor is most likely the winner - maybe.
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    Well, I think I may have made the lucky pick. It's a chilly morning this morning on the summit today. With nearly a third of the month being single digits for the high/low temp, I didn't think I was going to have a chance. I guess that's the fun part of Mount Washington weather. You never know what's going to happen...

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    Yes, we have a winner. Whitemtnvisitor correctly picked (guessed) the highest low daily temperature for April would be 41 F. He got it right on the nose.

    Congratulations!
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    Congratulations Whitemtnvisitor!!!
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    Good for you Whitemtnvisitor.Congratulations!!

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    Congratulations Whitemtnvisitor! It came down to the very end of the month for the temperature to be achieved.

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    Congrats Whitemtnvisitor. Once again I am beaten out by a degree, tenth of an inch or other narrow margin. I believe that my standard answer may need slight modification. It may turn out that "the answer to life, the universe and everything" is actually "almost 42".
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