Cold Temperatures

2013-08-05 20:12:07.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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It is now August 5th and I awoke to cold temperatures. Not only were they cold, but they reached a low for the day of 31F. Personally, I was enjoying them but now they are already rebounding. Being a winter sports enthusiast, it is the first sign that winter is just around the corner here on the summit. While I think we all want summer to hold on for a bit longer, I will admit the chilly air felt great. So, as a friendly reminder please make sure you are taking this into consideration when visiting the summit. While it can still be warm in the valley, the summit can be quite a different place.

 

Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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