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I posted similar sentiments in my triplog. I spent a couple of hours on South Mountain today. It was beautiful. And there was hardly another person out there. On a Sunday in march!writelots wrote:Wish Arizonans weren't such wimps when it comes to weather.
It rained on the mountains in Costa Rica, and on the Caribbean coast, but continued to be very hot, sunny and dry on the Pacific side where I live. This weekend I experienced a drizzle at the Orisi Valley, and cool temperatures in the capital of San Jose. I had to wear a sweater some of the time. It wasn't really cold, just by comparison. I didn't wear long pants or enclosed shoes, just the lightweight fleece sweater.Jim_H wrote:It looks like just about everywhere I care about got a lot of moisture. 24" of pretty wet snow in Flag, 53" on the Peaks at 11,000', and the Tucson area recorded pretty good figures, over much of the area. Near Pima Canyon, a rainlog location reported 7/10ths of an inch, so I expect the Pusch Ridge and bulk of the Catalina-Rincon Mountains got around 3/4 to 1 inch, at the higher elevations at least. A lot of the low desert and grasslands in SE AZ did well, too. I guess the only real question is: How did Costa Rica do?? ;)