We just got back from an overnighter on the Davis Path. We picked an interesting weekend for it!
Saturday - drizzle on and off for much of the day, with cool temps and high winds. I can see why everyone thinks that the view from Mt Isolation is so unique. Unfortunately, we could see the lower 1/3 of the Presidentials and that was all (and I don't mean the "southern" 1/3, but actually just the bottoms of each mountain). They were completely socked in with clouds.
Overnight, we recorded a low temp of about 43 degrees (we were camped about 4 miles south of Mt Isolation). Can't give you an accurate wind speed - it was enough to make you notice when the trees around your tent start to creak...
Sunday, no rain, but still mostly cloudy and windy. On the way back to the car, we stopped at Stairs Mtn, the ledges on Mt Resolution and also Mt Crawford.
Full trip report coming as soon as I can get the pictures prepped.