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Summit Conditions – 4:15 AM, Fri.
TempWindGustW. Chill
17.4°F275° (W), 17.3 mph1.9°F
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METAR KMWN 310751Z 27018KT 1/16SM FZFG BKN000 M08/M08 RMK FZFG BKN000 FZFG INTMT= NNNN
Summit Forecast – Thursday, October 30, 2014
High pressure will build into the region today, with low pressure developing off the Carolina coast Friday. For today the summits will remain mostly in the clouds due to upslope flow and low level moisture, with temperatures rising to near average for late October in the mid-20s. Overnight summit fog will continue for much of the night, with light winds due to the departing high pressure. Friday attention turns to a developing area of low pressure off the Mid Atlantic coast. The storm will rapidly deepen as it passes well east of Cape Cod late Saturday, with sustained winds of hurricane force and wind gusts nearing the century mark during the second half of the weekend as much colder air arrives behind the storm.
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