|12-16-2009 06:19 PM|
A picture of the sky over Long Beach:
|12-16-2009 05:50 PM|
|NAVYCHIEF||i live in washington state and i've always used the term "snow" for snow.|
|09-19-2009 10:26 PM|
|whiteyj||Sounds like we'll ride this out just fine. Much easier than pulling all the channel off!|
|09-19-2009 09:47 PM|
|montgomery7361||i have a soft top and i do fine.. i drive it every day a total of 2 hours back and forth for work.. its cold at first but it holds in the heat pretty well..|
|09-18-2009 12:36 PM|
|somemoore||If it's not your daily driver you should be fine - certainly not worth investing in a hard top for the few weeks where it's cold enough to make a difference - that money could be much better used elsewhere on your Jeep|
|09-17-2009 03:26 AM|
|Kurogo||Just make sure you Armor-All it and you should be fine.|
|09-11-2009 01:28 PM|
You won't have any problem, where you are you might see 4 or 5 days of snow.
I used to sleep with the windows cracked and engine off during the winter when I was based out of Sumner and Tacoma. Winter over there is very mild.
ETA, I went through a winter over here in my YJ with the softtop and had no problem staying warm.
|09-11-2009 12:09 PM|
|09-11-2009 12:03 PM|
|09-11-2009 11:58 AM|
Here in Colorado we call it "powder."
|09-11-2009 11:56 AM|
What's a "little east" of Seattle mean? Redmond? Issaquah? Or further up where it really snows?
I lived in Seattle and Redmond for 12 years, and had soft tops off and on through those years. I was never really too cold. But a few days I wasn't too happy either.
I always had more problems with crappy windshield wipers and defrosters that worked about as well as having my dog pant on the windshield. But I was in old-school CJs. I had to buy those hair dryer fans. Which don't work either.
Then I bought a Subaru for daily work.
|09-11-2009 11:52 AM|
|4point||Where I live we get quite a bit of snow. Its the heavy wet snow common to the pacific coast. We call it Sierra Cement. It has not effected my soft top at all, but I do knock it off constantly just to be sure.|
|09-11-2009 11:34 AM|
WA Winters w/ soft top
So just how bad is it going to be with just a soft top up here during the winter? I moved up in February and really haven't seen anything that warrants going through the effort of converting to a hard top.
The YJ isn't my daily driver but do want to be able to run her into work once in a while and weekends.