It’s the last official week of summer, and if the forecast holds it might feel like autumn a little sooner. Starting off the day thoroughly socked in by clouds. Could be like that much of the day, but the chances for any rain remain very slim. Similar story for tomorrow as well. Temps are currently in the mid 50s, so we’ll be lucky to get into the lower 60s especially if the sun remains obstructed during the afternoon. Hurricane Sally has weakened a bit as it nears the Gulf coast, and its track has been pushed further south. We could still see some of its wrath as it passes by on Friday, but the heavier rainfall is on tap for Thursday as a cold front pushes through. The two separate but consecutive storms will surely make trails soggy and there could be elevated creek levels on any unbridged crossings, so choose your trails accordingly. With conditions expected to cool down below, it’s entirely possible this weekend the mountain temps spend a little more time in the 40s than anything, so bring those warm layers.