Rain has moved out and heavy fog has set in below. Colors are beginning to form to the East as the early morning burns off the moisture. The high yesterday reached a very warm 47 degrees. The overnight low only dropped down to 37 degrees. Its currently 42 degrees with calm winds. We received 2.13” of precipitation which melted all the snow on the mountain. So our snow depth is 0”. Sad face! The Wind Advisory has ended for the mountains. Winds pushed through camp last night with heavy downpours at times. Clearing clouds today with spring like temperatures below with abundant sunshine. Trails are sure to be very wet from recent snow melt and rain. Prepare for wet feet if you venture up the mountain. Colder temperatures return Wednesday with snow chances into Thursday. Looks to be a great day to be outside. Have a great day folks!
It’s a River running through camp from snow melt and heavy rains overnight. Very wet conditions up top. Opening my cabin door I hear Roaring Fork doing what is does best “Roar”. Water is escaping the higher elevations and swelling the tributaries down below. Be cautious when crossing any creeks today. Winds slammed from the south and hammered right into camp all night. I slept like a baby! It is now calm and clouds are breaking up and revealing a new day to enjoy on the mountain. I love every moment! Blessed! See you at the top!