Summer conditions still, but that doesn't mean dry. Rain from the night before and morning fog/dew made the entire route pretty wet. My feet and shins were soaked through not wearing gaiters, and rocks were precariously slippery above treeline to summit.
Also can someone let NWS and Mountain-Forecast know they're drunk? Both said things were supposed to be clear at least earlier in the morning but nevertheless about 500' from summit (just before sunrise) all this fog came in an reduced visibility significantly. Will have to re-summit another time for the views I guess.
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