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Summit Conditions – 2:30 PM, Thu.
TempWindGustW. Chill
21.7°F164° (S), 14.7 mph8.5°F
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METAR KMWN 171752Z 15011KT 100SM FEW/// BKN180 BKN210 M04/M17 RMK TPS LWR FEW055 PR HALO ARND SUN 4/002 11001 21061= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Thursday, April 17, 2014
An area of high pressure will crest over the region today. This will allow summits to rebound to seasonable temperatures as winds remain relatively low and mostly sunny skies remain overhead. Overnight, the seasonable temperatures and relatively clear and calm conditions continue. Friday, the high slides offshore as a low slowly approaches from the Great Lakes. Temperatures will once again rebound to seasonable levels, however winds will be gradually increasing and high and mid-level clouds will slowly spread in for the afternoon.
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