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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.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
5:07 AM

High pressure will build eastward into the region today, allowing for the higher summits to clear from foggy conditions this morning. Gusty winds this morning will also subside as low pressure in Canada continues to pull away to the northeast. Overnight the higher summits will periodically go into the clouds, with temperatures dipping into the upper 30s creating below freezing wind chills after midnight. Tomorrow an upper level disturbance could spark a few afternoon showers and isolated thunderstorms, with temperatures rebounding to the low 50s.



In the clouds early, becoming mostly in the clear under partly cloudy skies.

Highs: Around 50°F

Wind: NW shifting W 30-45 mph, decreasing to 15-30 mph w/ higher gusts early


In and out of the clouds under partly cloudy skies. Wind chills 20-30 degrees late.

Lows: Upper 30s°F

Wind: W shifting SW 15-30 mph


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

Highs: Lower 50s°F

Wind: SW shifting S 15-30 mph, decreasing to 5-20 mph

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