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The daytime highs will be 15 degrees cooler, and over the weekend there was a higher chance of rain and even snow:. In addition to the NWS, several other resources are worth mentioning.
Some are relevant only for particular seasons or locations. For example, the forecast may underestimate the amount of rainfall, but it still predicts rain, and so I would take my rain gear and an appropriate shelter. More specifically, I dig into the monthly climate normals for its COOP stations from to , using its search tool or mapping tool.
To retrieve the desired data from the NCEI, you may have to play around with its tools for a while. Then find one or a few close to your route.
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To retrieve temperature and precipitation data, I like to use its Report Generator 2. The state of California has its own monitoring system for weather, snowpack, and river and reservoir levels, managed by the Department of Water Resources.
How to Predict Backcountry Weather Conditions
Start with the station locator map , and work with the tools provided to get useful data. If these stations are close but not on your route, adjust the data to make it more relevant. Temperature: For every 1, vertical feet of elevation gain, deduct three to five degrees Fahrenheit—three degrees for humid climates, four degrees for semiarid, and five degrees for arid.
Precipitation: Rainfall and especially snowfall increase exponentially with changes in elevation and geography. Adventure Hiking.
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