Balmy in the mountains: Rare air inversion spikes temps for high-altitude hikers

Balmy in the mountains: Rare air inversion spikes temps for high-altitude hikers

Here’s the latest information about Mount Rainier National Park:

A “strong inversion layer” produced some odd temperatures at higher elevations on this week. “It was like spring,” said hiker David Reid as he climbed to Mason Lake, at 4,300 feet.



Read the full article with Mount Rainier National Park news here.


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