Crew are all huddled inside by the heaters this morning as 60 mph winds and light rain pour down on us. The light showers feel like a heavy downpour with the high winds. Cabins are shaking with the winds but they are toasty. at 47 degrees outside, our heaters are running on high keeping guests and crew warm. Overnight, we received .35 inches of rain and our low was a chilly 44. Today, the rain and high winds will continue but should fade out in the late afternoon leaving us chilly at around 30 degrees as we head into tomorrow. Rain gear, warm layers and possibly traction devices (in anticipation of a possible overnight freeze), are recommended this afternoon and for tomorrow. Stay safe out there and we hope to see you at the top!