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Oct 15, 2012
Have climbed Moby Grape and WGR several years ago, but it was in September. Am going to be up in the area Nov 3-4 and wondering what the typical weather pattern is and if it's generally worth planning a return up Moby Grape that late in the season. Not equipped for ice and prefer to avoid frostbitten fingers!

If it is typically okay weather and anyone's interested in swapping leads, drop me a message.

Ernest
Ernest W
From Camarillo, CA
Joined Aug 20, 2009
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Oct 15, 2012
Free Solo up hitchcock gully WI3
Its going to be icy superkick
From West Hartford, CT
Joined Aug 23, 2011
31 points
Oct 15, 2012
not sure about Crawford notch but Franconia already has snow starting at 3000 feet. Jake D.
From Northeast
Joined Nov 23, 2006
477 points
Oct 15, 2012
Statistically on that date it will be wet with some ice. Statistically on that date the Black Dike will have seen some ascents. Realistically there are such wide variances in the weather that there is no way of accurately forecasting. The conditions today - 2-3 weeks before you are going - have no bearing. Eric Engberg
Joined Apr 28, 2009
2 points
Oct 15, 2012
Chapel Pond
Right click the location on this map

eatherspark.com/#!dashboard;lo...

and click "get forecast here". Then zoom out to last winter and you can the exact conditions.
Bill Sacks
From Sacramento, CA
Joined Jan 2, 2012
406 points
Oct 15, 2012
Thanks for the info - looks like there's a fair probability winter will have shown it's icy face up high by then! Ernest W
From Camarillo, CA
Joined Aug 20, 2009
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