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Summit Conditions – 9:45 PM, Thu.
TempWindGustW. Chill
18.5°F354° (N), 54.0 mph76.0 mph-5.5°F
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METAR KMWN 250057Z 35063G70KT 0SM FZFG VV000 M08/M08 RMK VRY LGT ICG= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Thursday, April 24, 2014
Lingering low-level moisture on the backside of a departing low will allow for continued summit fog today a few additional light snow showers may fall on the summits. As the low departs today, it will deepen generating a tight pressure gradient that will bring about high winds from the summits to the valley floors; with summits seeing gusts reaching over 100 mph and valleys seeing gusts possibly seeing gusts as high as 50 mph. As the low departs overnight, a ridge of high pressure will build in allowing for skis to clear and winds to gradually decrease. Friday the high crests in allowing for fair conditions as temperatures moderate, winds continue to decrease, and skies remain generally sunny. Possible new snowfall today will be a trace to 2 inches.
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