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Summit Conditions – 2:45 PM, Sat.
TempWindGustW. Chill
46.0°F58° (NE), 5.1 mph43.5°F
METAR *
METAR KMWN 231752Z 07006KT 1/2SM FG BKN000 OVC001 08/08 RMK VIS S-W 90 FG BKN000 INTMT BCFG BINOVC 10084 20047= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Saturday, August 23, 2014
High pressure will slowly build in from the north this evening, bringing dry and warmer weather to the higher summits tomorrow. For today, lift in association with a weak area of low pressure will spark a few showers this afternoon, with the higher summits periodically going into the clouds. Overnight the higher summits will trend back into the clouds, with any showers activity diminishing after the evening. High pressure will begin to take control tomorrow, with the summits clearing out of the clouds during the morning hours and temperatures climbing through the 50s. Warm and dry weather will continue into the start of next week.
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