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Summit Conditions – 12:45 PM, Sat.
TempWindGustW. Chill
19.4°F324° (NW), 58.9 mph66.7 mph-4.9°F
Summit Forecast – Saturday, April 19, 2014
A cold front exiting to our east this morning will keep the higher summits in the clouds for today, with a few left over snow showers possible this morning. Snowfall accumulations through today will be on the light side, with a trace to 2 inches possible. Temperatures will slowly fall through the day as colder air briefly moves in, bottoming out this evening in the lower teens. High pressure moving in overnight will allow the higher summits to clear out of the fog during the evening, with mostly clear skies and temperatures moderating after midnight. Tomorrow high pressure will crest over the region during the morning, with winds possibly becoming calm at times early. High clouds will be on the increase for the second half of the day, well ahead of cold front over the Great Lakes.
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