Weather Observations for May 23, 2015: taken at 05:00 Hours.
2180 meters +6, Winds were 0-10 KPH from the NNW
1835 meters +7, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the NNE
1650 meters +6, No new snow, Base 75 cm, relative humidity is 95%
660 meters +12, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +25.7, 0.5 mm recorded on Friday.
For the forecast, high pressure offshore will maintain moderate to strong onshore flow into next week. The weak low pressure to the Southeast will continue to bring a chance of showers into the mountains. The pattern will be slightly different than the past week where it will likely be cloudier in the mornings breaking in the afternoons with the chance of rain later in the day into the night time hours. The marine stratus layer has moved onshore and will likely lift later this morning with day time heating.
Snow Avalanche Simulation, visualised with discontinuous texture advection: You Tube
Wet Snow Avalanches: SLF
Wet Snow Avalanches: US National Avalanche Centre