Well, we didn’t get washed away during yesterday’s torrent in case you were wondering. Several inches of rain came down across the Southeast, not just here in our neck of the woods. One squall after another producing lightning, wind, and repetitive waves of rain. Rivers are sure to be running on the high side still, so if a trail without footbridges is on one’s agenda today, use caution. Today’s forecast isn’t calling for conditions as treacherous as Tuesday, but there are still opportunities for passing showers this afternoon. Otherwise, skies will remain cloudy with gusty winds upwards of 30mph. Temps are going to be a bit cooler these next several days. Our high temps are unlikely to escape the 40s much without constant sun, and we can count on seeing overnight lows back in the 30s. So pack those layers for staying dry and warm on trail and up top. Please make note of any trail hazards or obstructions after yesterday’s storms and report them to the NPS or our crew for remedying.
Have a great day.