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    How far South do I have to go?

    I was planning on riding St. George tomorrow because it is miserable and cold and snowy, but I heard it wasn't much better in St. George.

    What's the word on the street? Is anything besides Church Rocks going to be rideable tomorrow in St. George?
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    I'd rather be biking...
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    Its been raining all day, my backyard is a puddle and is a mile from church rocks. Doesnt look very promising, which is no bueno because I had good intentions this weekend. Paradise and church rocks might be the only option and thats if the sun comes out

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    I'd rather be biking...
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    My suggestion go skiing....It'll be a good weekend for some pow

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    That's what I was afraid of. Vegas looked a bit more promising. May have to check with my Vegas buddies for some rain updates....... Or just have to stay home and watch football.
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    Been raining for 72 hours pretty steady now, everything is going to be a bogg and will stay that way for at least a few days even if the rain stops which it isn't supposed to do for another couple days.

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    Front Range.....been dry here all fall. Slight dusting this past Friday, but everything is good to go in the lower elevations.

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