Good day, readers. As you can imagine, yesterday was a genuine gully-washer not only on the mountain, but throughout the region. Mt. LeConte tallied 2.5" of rainfall on Monday, the bulk of which came during the night. We're just a week into the month, and already we've kicked last August's rain total to the curb (currently 4.25"). With this last deluge, we've also emphatically crossed the 60" mark for total rainfall/snow melt this year. Temperatures seldom wavered yesterday, as our high was a mild 57, followed by a nearby low of 53. The sun is fighting to break through this afternoon as the front pushes east, but more rain is dominating the extended forecast. Stay dry out there, friends!
Take care and have a great day.