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Summit Conditions – 2:15 AM, Tue.
TempWindGustW. Chill
24.3°F312° (NW), 63.9 mph67.9 mph1.5°F
METAR KMWN 230547Z 31049G55KT 1/16SM FZFG VV001 M04/M04 RMK SHSNE35 VRY LGT ICG 60005 931003 11039 21047= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Monday, September 22, 2014
A cold front moving off the New England coast this morning will usher in much colder air across the higher summits today, with temperatures plummeting to near the freezing mark this afternoon. Rain showers this morning will decrease in coverage as the day goes on, with any leftover showers this afternoon mixing with snow and sleet as temperatures fall to the lower 30s. Winds will begin ramping up this afternoon, with gusts likely exceeding hurricane force by day’s end. Strong winds will continue overnight, with icing conditions likely as upslope flow keeps the higher terrain in the clouds. A weak wave of low pressure passing to our north will keep the summits mostly in the clouds for Tuesday, with temperatures slowly recovering back to above freezing after the morning hours. High pressure and fair weather will make a return for Wednesday.
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