Reminds me of some chilly mornings waking up from the tent in Wyoming...hoping that the sun will rise over the peaks. Crazy crazy crazy weather out there.
Typical October morning....20 degrees not counting wind chill. By noon its near 80 degrees, and anything you dressed for the morning cold has been stripped off. Four o'clock, the sun falls behind the first peaks, and immediately the temps drop about 40 degrees....by dark, its near 20 degrees again.
You can be standing on or near one peak, as did I and my brother-in-law...see a cloud coming at you. I turned, looked at my brother-in-law....he looked at me, and I swear the honest truth in about 30 seconds after that cloud covered us, we had prit near three inches of snow covering us. You get down one side of the mountain, ask the wives below how the snowfall was. Nothing. No rain....in fact, they went to the hot springs in their bathing suits, and laid around tanning. Wierd, wierd, wierd!