Another Beautiful Day

2013-10-10 17:15:33.000 – Pratik Patel,  Summit Intern

Observation Deck

It was once again, another beautiful day on the summit with blue skies, plenty of sunshine and unmistakable views of the Appalachians. Seeing how the weather has been so cooperative within the last few days, families and friends have made the trip to the summit to take pictures and enjoy the sights. Unfortunately however, as we all know, weather is always changing. As the coastal low over the Atlantic continues to move northeast, clouds will return over the summits this evening, continuing into the night. In addition,the Geophysical Institute has forecasted for some weak auroras during the night. Thus, If conditions are just right, there is a slight chance of seeing them in the night sky along with some detailed constellations in the background.


Pratik Patel,  Summit Intern

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