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WEATHER
FORECAST FROM: BEN'S WEATHER LINK
Updated 08/29/2014, 09:25:47

Holiday Weekend Forecast...
BEN SEZ: Labor Day weekend is typically our un-official ending to the summer season, but gorgeous summer weather will continue with unseasonably warm temperatures as highs this afternoon try to make it into the lower 80's, where we'll pretty much stay close to through the big holiday weekend; while overnight lows generally cool to the 40's. We'll also see a few high clouds at times with occasional gusty afternoon west winds to 15mph, otherwise fair. Labor Day (Monday) itself looks quite nice with highs still topping out in the upper 70's, which is close to normal for this time of the year (78/44), before a gradual cooling trend arrives later in the week, but still quite pleasant as the forecast remains dry with no sign of monsoon moisture returning anytime soon.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Elevations
Lake elevation 6,750 ft.
Resort summit elevation 8,805 ft.
'Winter' Mountain Driving:
Always check road conditions (use the links on this page); always carry chains; always beware of black ice.
Chain Requirement Definitions:
R-1 = Autos with snow tires or 4WD and snow tires OK.
R-2 = Chains required on all vehicles except those with 4WD and snow tires on all four wheels.
R-3 = Chains required on all vehicles, no exceptions.
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