Well, we've definitely been receiving some rain, which began around supper time yesterday. It's been falling steadily ever since, but never overbearing. At 6:45 AM this morning we measured 1.53" of rain, and after a recent rain gauge check at 1:00 PM we've added another half inch. The Flash Flood Watch has been extended until early Monday morning, so it looks like we'll get every bit of the 3-4" of rain that forecasters called for with this system. Our high temperature yesterday was 55 degrees, and our overnight low stopped at 40. Light winds combined with the liquid precipitation have the mountain feeling a bit chillier than the last several days, so be sure and layer up underneath those waterproof shells if you intend to summit.
We appreciate seeing the rain, especially after last year's deficiency, and guests can count on cozy cabins and warm cups of hot chocolate to be waiting for them when they step inside from the elements. Have a great rest of the day and thanks for checking in on us!