Hi Allyson,Is there a way online to look at the lodge weather station recordings. I'm curious if the station has a number or a way to look at the archived data. Thanks.
Very nice photograph, as usual. It almost looks like an erupting volcano the way the sunlight is glowing on the clouds right at the mountain.
Allyson and Chris are off for their 8 days. They hiked down a couple days ago but maybe whoever is posting right now will answer your question
You can check out Hi/Low temp and precip data from various locations in the park at this link:http://www.srh.noaa.gov/productview.php?pil=RTPMRX If you check out the previous versions, you can go back 60 days.I'm praying that the weather holds out for the next week or so. We're heading up to the lodge for Labor Day weekend.
Thanks Steve, I'm trying to figure out when the first snow will arrive so I can plan a visit.
The beauty from the top is amazing! I was there on Father's Day weekend and it just blew me away...
Here is the link to a NOAA website that publishes temperature and precipitation amounts for various locations in GSM national park. http://www.srh.noaa.gov/productview.php?pil=RTPMRX
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