It’s looking like this will be our last sunny day from start to finish for a while, with cloud cover expected to roll in throughout the day. Beginning tomorrow and lasting through the weekend there is greater potential for isolated thunderstorms and rain showers. Temps will hold steady for us staying above freezing, with highs still tapping the 50s and lows in the bottom 40s. Once the storms start the winds will pick up as well, so travelers should bring rain shells and extra layers to make sure one stays warm and dry.
Spring is still a long way off from swinging into gear up top, but these milder temps and hazy views out over the valley certainly have things looking like the warmer days of summer are fast approaching. The mountain has been covered up in visitors enjoying the sunshine, and any chance they get, the crew spends their afternoons exploring the woods and trails of their mountain home.