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1stgenfarmboy

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just a reminder, if your going to Yellowstone take a jacket, this morning it's in the mid to hi 30's, and this is August people ! ! ! !

I just spoiled some sweetshirt sales, i know of a lot of my family members have gone out there in the summer months without long sleeves and had to buy cloths while they were there, and this includes me.

wouldn't that feel good after some of this extreem heat we have had across the country latly.


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YEP, we keep a complete set of outer ware for all seasons in our unit. In September it can snow in Yellowstone.


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You can find freezing temps in Yellowstone just about every month in the year. the higher the elevation the MORE cold weather you'll find.


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Sweatshirt weather! The best camping season!


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Along with the sweatshirt do not forget to take in the water hose at night.

Last week of June while we were at West Yellowstone, it dropped to 30 one night and my neighbor had a frozen water hose and filter. When he asked me if mine had frozen I said no, I had taken it in. I told him I started doing two nights ago when it got down to 32.

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Posted: 08/07/12 11:49am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We saw freezing temps when we were there in Jul. 2010. Our guide on the float trip on the Snake in Grand Tetons told us that there is only one day in mid-July where there has never been recorded snow fall there.

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1stgenfarmboy wrote:

just a reminder, if your going to Yellowstone take a jacket, this morning it's in the mid to hi 30's, and this is August people ! ! ! !


Typical Yellowstone!! We visited YNP in '09. When we broke camp the morning of July 5 it was 37 degrees.


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Few years ago our mc group was up there the week before Labor Day. The saturday of Labor Day weekend when everyone got up to leave there was 3" of snow on the ground/bikes!


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Posted: 08/13/12 12:58am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We've been Yellowstoning for years and we always visit in summer. We keep jackets, etc in the rv but have never needed them even at night. Maybe we have good weather-timing.

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