Old 11-01-19, 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by pdlamb View Post
In some 15 years of bike commuting I haven't seen anything quite like this. I've seen thunderstorms drop the temperature 20 degrees for a hour (and I've been forced to take cover because of the hail that comes with it!), and then it pops back up. But I haven't caught the edge of a front, that drops the temperature half way to tomorrow morning's forecast lot, in such a brutal fashion. Have I just been lucky?
Apparently now unlucky! Same here - yesterday morning was 44F and rain, by 4:00 is was low 30's, snowing, and 20mph winds. This morning 25F but at least the winds have abated and the sun is out. Had a first this morning, my rear brake froze on. I've had levels get stuck but this was the brake caliper sticking after pulling. I had to got off and physically push it back. I think it was a combination of rain yesterday, lots of wet leaves, and then 20 degree temp drops. Good thing we have 2 brakes!
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