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Summit Conditions – 7:45 PM, Tue.
TempWindGustW. Chill
55.5°F261° (W), 26.9 mph0.0°F
METAR KMWN 022252Z 25018KT 20SM FEW/// FEW002 FEW015 SCT040 BKN150 BKN200 14/13 RMK TPS LWR FEW058 HZ DSNT ALQDS= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Tuesday, September 2, 2014
A warm, moist air to flow from the southwest will continue ahead of a cold front approaching from the west today. This flow will keep temperatures above normal as well as keep summits mostly in the clouds today as the front approaches. Instability ahead of the front will allow for scattered showers and thunderstorms around the state today with favorable conditions aloft for a few cells to become severe this afternoon or early this evening. Severe thunderstorms have a potential for sudden and strong gusts of wind, small hail, and heavy downpours. As the front passes overnight, a line of continuous rain and scattered thunderstorms will pass through the state. As the front slides offshore early on Wednesday, convective activity will taper and a clearing pattern will set up for the afternoon as a ridge of high pressure builds in. Despite sunshine returning on Wednesday, a cooler air flow behind the cold front will bring temperatures down to more seasonable readings; a departure of some 10 to 15 degrees from todays.
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