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2021 Spring/ Summer Mountains thread


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Freeze Watch issued for tomorrow night into Friday morning with a chance of higher elevations getting some snow tomorrow behind the cold front. An adjective Freeze looks likely tomorrow night with blustery NW winds and temperatures dropping to at least the upper 20's in the Valley. I would not be shocked to see flurries down in Maggie mid day tomorrow. 

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Freeze Watch issued for tomorrow night into Friday morning with a chance of higher elevations getting some snow tomorrow behind the cold front. An adjective Freeze looks likely tomorrow night with blustery NW winds and temperatures dropping to at least the upper 20's in the Valley. I would not be shocked to see flurries down in Maggie mid day tomorrow. 
And after adjective freezes, we better watch out for adverbial droughts and prepositional storms later this month.


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55 minutes ago, calculus1 said:

And after adjective freezes, we better watch out for adverbial droughts and prepositional storms later this month.
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Looks like the high elevations will change over from rain to snow this morning with only a couple of hours of upslope snow.  This will usher in very cold temps for this time of the year. Remember this is late in the season and this is impressive.  We may have a few nights of record lows especially Thursday morning.  Some may actually flirt with the teens. Enjoy fellas!

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