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Shout out to anybody that knows from personal experience what I should expect Arches and Chaco Canyon to be like in late March.
I imagine there is probably not that much chance for heavy snow in Moab by late March.
I don't think Chaco Canyon gets as snowed in as Mesa Verde, but what about the passes?
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Not from personal experience, but I've looked up historical average and record temps for potential destinations before. Here it is by day for March in Cuba, NM (near Chaco Canyon):http://www.weather.com/weather/wxclimat ... imoMonth=3
It looks like you can expect lows in the low 20's, though single digit temps are possible.
...and this from the Chaco Culture website:
Spring and Fall are great times to visit with more moderate temperatures, but unexpected storms can change things dramatically. Monitor local weather forecasts.
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