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  1. I'd be traveling from California. Let me know if interested! Might have two climbers already, but consider 3 is minimum.
  2. Rainier Late March Weather?

    that's at 5400 feet.
  3. Rainier Late March Weather?

    great data for march. RAINIER PARADISE RNGER, WASHINGTON (456898) Period of Record Monthly Climate Summary Period of Record : 12/1/1916 to 3/31/2013 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual Average Max. Temperature (F) 32.3 34.2 36.0 41.5 48.5 53.7 62.1 62.6 57.2 47.5 37.7 33.0 45.5 Average Min. Temperature (F) 20.5 21.5 22.2 25.6 31.3 36.5 42.7 43.7 39.7 32.8 25.5 21.2 30.3 Average Total Precipitation (in.) 17.51 12.21 11.83 7.82 5.01 4.33 1.73 2.49 5.34 9.99 16.21 17.95 112.42 Average Total SnowFall (in.) 128.7 94.6 107.0 62.3 22.8 5.9 0.4 0.1 2.9 26.9 86.9 116.2 654.8 Average Snow Depth (in.) 112 143 168 173 145 83 22 1 0 4 26 70 79 Percent of possible observations for period of record. Max. Temp.: 92.7% Min. Temp.: 92.5% Precipitation: 93.4% Snowfall: 93% Snow Depth: 91.7% Check Station Metadata or Metadata graphics for more detail about data completeness.
  4. Rainier Late March Weather?

    not really a "general" question. it's really a request for links to reliable weather data, which the other members were kind enough to provide. thanks!
  5. Rainier Late March Weather?

    what's the coldest i can expect?
  6. Rainier Late March Weather?

    That doesn't sound right It is not right. I misinterpreted some data compiled by our hydrologist. March typically has the heaviest rainfall, but on average Nov., Jan., and Dec. have higher accumulative rainfalls. Last year, however, March was the wettest month: http://www.seattleweatherblog.com/rain-stats/rainfall-2014/ just curious, why use seattle data for rainier precipitation? i'm sure there's a correlation, but how close is the correlation?
  7. What can I expect for DC route? Any online resources for historical data? I'm coming from California and looking forward to it, but don't have everest gear (i.e. full body down suit!) to survive if it gets too cold.
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