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Kyle Miller
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Moonlight tour this weekend
« on: 04/07/17, 01:28 PM »

Looking at the YR.NO forecast looks like there is a small overnight window and I am considering doing the Watson traverse up and over Mt. Baker volcano to Baker ski resort Saturday night into Sunday. Still a bit reserved on going for it but wondering if anyone is interested. email me at kylemiller411@gmail .com
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Re: Moonlight tour this weekend
« Reply #1 on: 04/07/17, 05:54 PM »

sounds like an interesting window moon and all but given the amounts of potential snow and wind preceding it I'd definitely fall on the reserved side...

This Afternoon: 14 to 20 inches possible

Tonight: 20 to 26 inches possible

Saturday: 10 to 14 inches possible

Saturday Night: another paltry 3 to 7 inches possible...

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Re: Moonlight tour this weekend
« Reply #2 on: 04/10/17, 07:54 PM »

Well how did it go? (I'm not of FBk much anymore)
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Re: Moonlight tour this weekend
« Reply #3 on: 04/10/17, 10:57 PM »

Wasn't comfortable with conditions. Too many red flags.
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