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    Perfect Conditions on the Front Range !



    Dress warm.

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    . . . for watching a movie.
    "Fact is only what you believe; fact and fiction work as a team." Jack Johnson

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    NOAA screwed up again

    -17F when I got up this morning.

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    -9 on GM at 4AM. Warmed up to -2.5 now.

    Glad I rode DBB on Sat.

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    Damn.. it's down right balmy in the high-country. A mild 2 degrees at 6am this morning and a toasty 15 degrees now.

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    11:50 am, 16 degrees in Conifer

    hoping to get a ride in this afternoon, as the temp will keep the snow from melting and allowing me and my 2.1s to maintain some traction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thump
    Damn.. it's down right balmy in the high-country. A mild 2 degrees at 6am this morning and a toasty 15 degrees now.
    Everyone knows heat rises...
    Down is the new up.

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    As does hot air!
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    So when do the bark beetles die off? 2 weeks of these temps?

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    I think it's something like 48hrs of -20F

    Quote Originally Posted by edenger
    So when do the bark beetles die off? 2 weeks of these temps?
    Probably won't help on the West Slope where the cold air hasn't reached. The warmest I got today was 0F even.

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