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Summit Conditions – 7:15 PM, Thu.
TempWindGustW. Chill
38.5°F308° (NW), 49.4 mph61.0 mph23.7°F
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METAR KMWN 282256Z 31047G52KT 1/16SM FG VV000 03/03 RMK = NNNN
Summit Forecast – Thursday, August 28, 2014
An upper level trough will swing through the region today allowing for intermittent fog and partly sunny skies through the day. It could also introduce enough energy and moisture to the summits to bring a few scattered rain showers, especially during the afternoon hours. As the trough exits this evening, showers will taper and a clearing pattern will set up as a ridge of high pressure builds in from the west. A northerly flow overnight will drop temperatures close to freezing with winds making it feel like it is in the teens on exposed skin. As the ridge crests in on Friday, conditions will improve as temperatures rebound to nearly seasonable levels with dampening winds and generally sunny conditions expected.
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