Jonathan Petsch wrote:
It's a toss up, man. You could get a day in late February where there's a high of 55° and a low around 40°. Then again you could get a few days in mid-march where it snows a few inches and hovers around freezing. If the sun's out it will be warm enough to climb if it's in the the mid 30's, but if it's cloudy and humid it will feel too cold if it's in the 40's. You really have to play it by ear. Planning on a low in the 20's and then being surprised by warmer temps is better than planning on the weather being corporative, especially around here.