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Thunder58

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Yes. It is very important to check with the NWS before coming to the Springs. it will prepare you and you will have a much better time!
bobhuckaby

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NWS said a system was going through and predicted that
Thunder58

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Spent Friday through Tuesday at the Springs. Crazy windy at night slowing down in the day with highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s. Some clouds but all in all very beautiful.
Sam D.

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Nobody can predict the future. The W comes and goes. If I may suggest reading this thread for links and techniques:
http://forum.salinepreservation.org/post/weather-9540106?&trail=15

reubenw

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Been a long time since I was in SV and can't remember wind and temp conditions late in March as a rule.  Now I'm an old geezer and don't want to spend 5 days hunkered down out of the wind.  Any of you salts have any thoughts...and North vs South Pass suggestions.  Thanks in advance.

Reuben
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