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Moab Weather

Discussion in 'Blazer Bash' started by FWP, Jul 6, 2002.

  1. FWP

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    Pulled this from weather.com. It's gonna be warm out there......

    Listed in order, August day, sunrise, sunset, Ave hi, ave. lo, mean, and record hi/ lo



    20 6:37 AM 8:07 PM 95°F 61°F 78°F 107°F (1992) 42°F (1930)


    21 6:38 AM 8:05 PM 95°F 61°F 78°F 104°F (1991) 44°F (1930)


    22 6:39 AM 8:04 PM 94°F 60°F 78°F 105°F (1991) 47°F (1974)


    23 6:40 AM 8:02 PM 94°F 60°F 78°F 105°F (1991) 44°F (1928)


    24 6:41 AM 8:01 PM 94°F 60°F 77°F 104°F (1991) 45°F (1933)


    25 6:42 AM 8:00 PM 93°F 60°F 77°F 105°F (1985) 47°F (1989)


    26 6:43 AM 7:58 PM 93°F 59°F 77°F 106°F (1985) 47°F (1989)


    27 6:43 AM 7:57 PM 93°F 59°F 76°F 106°F (1985) 40°F (1931)


    28 6:44 AM 7:55 PM 93°F 59°F 76°F 106°F (1990) 44°F (1933)


    29 6:45 AM 7:54 PM 92°F 58°F 76°F 108°F (1990) 42°F (1931)


    30 6:46 AM 7:52 PM 92°F 58°F 76°F 108°F (1990) 46°F (1955)


    31 6:47 AM 7:51 PM 92°F 58°F 75°F 105°F (1990) 43°F (1932)
     
  2. CK5

    CK5 In my underwear Administrator Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    Yep, hot, but this was the time that everyone wanted, please make sure your rig can handle the heat. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
  3. BILLY RAY

    BILLY RAY 1/2 ton status

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    Hell I'am in Texas!!! /forums/images/icons/tongue.gif
     
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    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    hot as hell... but at least its a dry heat! w00t!

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  5. BlazerGuy

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    I second that! /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
  6. Butch

    Butch 1/2 ton status

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    Just came back yesterday from Moab. 103 during the day. If you come bring mucho water, minimum 1.5 gal per person per day plus some for overheating vehicles. If your cooling system is marginal then dont even consider it to be up to the task. My truck runs 195 always. During the heat of the day it got to 215 twice and I would have to let it cool back off before continuing. I would not plan to bring any small children or we could have big problems on the trails and many of them do not have easy exits (This is a very serious matter they had a biker who was in shape that died in 5 hours out there after getting separated from his group with no water) so please think your child stratagy . Any wives that can not handle extreme heat would be advised to stay in town or at home. I wheeled from 7:30 P.M. a couple of times. During the noon hour with dark red rocks you can not escape the heat
     
  7. FWP

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    Good ideas. That's pretty much why I posted this info, to give some folks an idea of how hot it will be, and to be prepared for it.

    ALSO- NIGHT RUNS/forums/images/icons/wink.gif... Got your rock lights ready /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     

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