3 of Mount Rainier's 29 named glaciers have disappeared, another retreating by 3 feet every 10 days
FOX 13 Seattle meteorologist Abby Acone takes us to the rapidly shrinking glaciers atop Washington's Mt. Rainier. Three of the 29 named glaciers are gone and another is retreating by three feet every ten days. Visitors to the park tell us what they have observed and Scott Beason, National Park Service geologist explains what that means for the area.