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Higher Summits Forecast

Mountain weather is subject to rapid changes and extreme conditions. Always be prepared to make your own assessment of travel and weather conditions. This outlook is one tool to help you plan a safe trip. Always travel with adequate clothing, shelter, food, and water.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
5:05 AM

Upper level low pressure will remain just to our west for the next several days, keeping the threat of a few afternoon showers in the forecast for the next 36 hours. For today, clouds will build through the day, with the higher summits remaining mostly fog-free. A few afternoon showers could be possible, with any shower activity ending during the evening with the heating of the day. Overnight the higher summits will become in and out of the clouds, with temperatures falling back into the 40s. An area of low pressure associated with the upper low to our west will cross through the region tomorrow, with showers and a few strong thunderstorms possible during the afternoon.

Forecast

Today:

Mostly in the clear under partly sunny skies w/ a chance of afternoon showers.

Highs: Lower 50s°F

Wind: S shifting SW 5-20 mph, possibly light/variable at times

Tonight:

In and out of the clouds under mostly cloudy skies.

Lows: Around 40°F

Wind: W shifting SW 15-30 mph

Tomorrow:

In and out of the clouds under mostly cloudy skies w/ afternoon showers likely and a chance of thunderstorms.

Highs: Around 50°F

Wind: SW shifting W 15-30 mph, increasing to 30-45 mph w/ higher gusts

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