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Summit Conditions – 6:15 AM, Thu.
TempWindGustW. Chill
43.6°F78° (E), 8.5 mph38.7°F
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METAR KMWN 020950Z 08007KT 80SM OVC/// FEW060 SCT080 SCT180 06/04 RMK TPS LWR OVC054= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Thursday, October 2, 2014
High pressure will build in from the north today, pushing an area of low pressure over Southern New England out to sea. Trapped low moisture near the surface will result in a few brief periods of fog during the first half of the day across the higher summits, with the second half of the day likely remaining clear as high pressure becomes more firmly in control. Overnight winds will continue to be very light under the high pressure, with temperatures remaining mild for this time of year. Friday mostly clear skies during the morning will give way to increasing high clouds by the afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. The front will march across New England late Saturday, with heavy rain likely transitioning to wintry precipitation by the end of the weekend.
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