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Rainer this weekend

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Would love to, but have an all day conference on Saturday! mad.gif Could do it First weekend in Feb. though. Weather? who knows this far out. Go get it, sounds like the weather is shaping up!

 

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.FRIDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...MOSTLY SUNNY. PATCHY FOG ON THE LOWER

SLOPES. FREEZING LEVEL 10000 FEET.

 

 

LONGMIRE / PARADISE / CAMP MUIR / SUMMIT

ELEV 2700 5420 10080 14411

 

THURSDAY 45 / SW10 43 / SW10 28 / W25 11 / W35

THURSDAY NIGHT 45 / E10 45 / E10 28 / W20 13 / NW25

FRIDAY 53 / E10 53 / E10 31 / W15 16 / NW25

FRIDAY NIGHT 43 / E10 44 / E10 26 / W15 11 / NW20

SATURDAY 51 / E10 50 / E10 29 / W10 13 / NW15

 

http://www.atmos.washington.edu/data/rainier_report.html

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109 Views and not one taker? Come on - going to be beautiful this weekend.

 

Anyway - will be leaving Saturday morning. Give a call at 360-459-3433 if interested. Probably do Gib Ledges, but open to whatever.

 

R.

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I'd go. But I have homework to do. If I get out on Monday and manage to stumble in circles in the dark I'll write a TR.

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Fridays are also great for stumbling around in circles in the dark.

 

In fact any day that begins with an alpine start following a bout of insomnia and coughing fits is great for stumbling around in circles in the dark. Woo-hoo!

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