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post #448 of (permalink) Old 01-12-2013, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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Can I get an expert opinion on something, I'm trying to understand something.

When it's sunny outside, like today for example, the snow on our locals melts a little during the day, then at nighttime, it freezes over, therefore resulting in icy conditions. Right? Or does it only get icy when the actual temps on the mountain raise above 0 degrees during the day, then freeze over at night?

I'm asking as sometimes after a sunny day, the nighttime snow would be okey, but other times it would be an ice rink.

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