We are in so pretty dense fog/cloud cover today but still there is no place I'd rather be. A mild breeze has the fog slicing through camp effortlessly. Last night was very windy with 40 mph winds and we received 1.0 inches of rain early this morning. With such heavy cloud coverage the sun is not getting much of a chance to dry things off so conditions in camp are pretty damp. Those crew members with the afternoon off are spending their time with a nice nap to accompany this gloomy weather. Last nights overall low was 31 degrees and we have warmed up to currently 42 degrees. With a high yesterday of 51 degrees, any lingering icy snow patches have melted away. Tomorrows forecast is calling for bright sunny sky with no chance of rain and temps expected to be in the mid 50s.