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    Gooseberry Vs Hurricane Weather?

    Is the weather significantly colder on the Mesa compared to Hurricane during the Fall/Winter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeThePlanet View Post
    Is the weather significantly colder on the Mesa compared to Hurricane during the Fall/Winter?
    The mesa is about 2000 feet higher than Hurricane. Based on adiabatic cooling, you'd think about 10 degrees, but when I went down last February, it seemed like less difference than that.

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    My house is typically close to 10 degrees cooler than Hurricane. I'm located about 200 feet below the top of the Mesa.

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    Thanks. Got into town late Thursday. Should have rode the Mesa yesterday. Rode Hurricane trails instead. Looking pretty chilly today and tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeThePlanet View Post
    Thanks. Got into town late Thursday. Should have rode the Mesa yesterday. Rode Hurricane trails instead. Looking pretty chilly today and tomorrow.
    It's in the upper 50's, unless your from somewhere near the equator that is a tremendous temperature in which to ride.

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    Super windy today but still sunny. Wear some layers and you'll be golden.

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