The fantastic streak of sunshine had to end sometime. Clouds rolled in during the night and have thickened up the skies. There is a small chance for mid-afternoon showers in our area, but otherwise today should remain a mostly cloudy and calm day. Tomorrow will be the first really wet day in a while, with the possibility of rain ramping up after midnight and lasting much of Saturday. Significant rainfall isn’t expected, but enough so that a durable jacket will serve you well from start to finish. Even with the changing conditions, our temps will remain steady and mild, with highs in the 50s and lows in the 40s. As we approach the last week of the month, the forecast seems to indicate we might actually make it into November without seeing any of the white stuff fly. A bummer for those already yearning for that winter magic, but a positive sign for those guests just wanting to have a safe summit and descent of the mountain these remaining weeks of the season.