Not really, its buried deep within the metar code the summit transmits to the NWS. In particular, every six hours they transmit the 6 hour high and low. Here is the code:Originally Posted by Brad
METAR KMWN 261755Z 30055G63KT 60SM BLSN BKN/// FEW000 FEW005 FEW030 FEW250 M34/M38 RMK TPS LWR BKN060 INTMT FZFG 11328 21361
The 2 indicates its the 6 hour low,the 1 indicates the following three numbers are negative, and the 361 is the temperature in C or 36.1.
Unfortunately the automated data aggregators aren't picking this code up for the latest ob because somebody forgot to put a space between the 11328 and 21361. It got sent to the NWS as 1132821361.
Oh, and Neil just mentioned this in the latest observer comment.