Pacific NW Roadster weather
For some of us in the Pacific NW, any day that precipitation is not actively coming out of the sky fits the definition of a top-down day.
This morning it was about 50 degrees out, but the sky was clear when I left home to deliver my daughter to high school in Seattle (she does not object to arriving in the Roadster) so the top was down. To be sure, the seat warmers were on high, the heater was rocking and each of us had a decent coat on; but if we only took advantage of sunny days of 60 or above, the top-down season would be short indeed.
On the plus side, our winter has been remarkably mild and I've had the top down for a good portion of my winter drives; something most of my brethren east of the Cascades (that's 'most everyone) cannot claim.
Sorry I missed this early Spring drive. I'll make the next event for sure.