I just did a 24 in Lost Creek Wilderness, in Colorado. Unfortunately work commitments meant that I couldn't be on the trail until noon yesterday, and I couldn't stay out all day today, either.
The weather was downright Britannic- kinda of dreary, overcast, mist, a constant drizzle. The hike actually had quite a Pacific Northwest kinda vibe to it- I wouldn't have been shocked to round a corner and find a stand of pines prudishly clothed in Old Man's Beard.
I hiked from Twin Eagle to McCurdy Park, ate dinner, then hiked back up the park a bit to a nice campsite I had spotted earlier. (I wanted to just finish the loop, but I had a time hack, as I mentioned.) I'm not sure what the temperature dropped to in the night but the low was forecast to be 37F in Florissant, a little south and a couple of thousand feet lower than where I had camped. It misted, it rained. Sometime in the night it hailed. Needless to say I may have been asking a bit much of the TT Moment- it suffered rather catastrophic condensation.
The conditions were, in short... PERFECT.
It was just dreary enough to keep the amateurs at home but for me it was, at worst, "manageable" with my usual summer kit.
On the hike out it hailed again, then turned into wet slushy snow. I did have one of the more scenic outdoor poops of my life, from a boulder field in a pass overlooking a valley with boulders and rock spires. The mist had parted just enough to give me the view, but still shrouded the peaks and passes.
Sorry, no pictures. I had left my camera at work.