5 Jun 2013

June 5, 2013

Some recent avalanche activity from the dusting a few days ago on the Tantalus Range. June 4th Pic

Some stratus cloud moved in last night, should clear up later this morning with some sunny breaks.

At 2240 meters the temperature was +2.5, winds were 20-30 KPH from the S. At 1550 meters the temperature was +8. In the valley it was +11. Observations taken this AM at 07:00 hrs.

For the forecast the short weak wave should pass through this morning with continued unsettled conditions until the weekend. A flat upper ridge with a weak onshore flow will bring a combination of sun, cloud, and the occasional period of light rain. An upper level trough is expected to set up off the coast for the weekend. Typical June weather.

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Avalanche activity on Mt. Shuksan: North Cascades conditions report

Satellite picture from this AM.

More activity in Whistler Bowl, June 4 Th.

Wedge Mountain with a lingering cloud.

Aquatic plants are starting to bloom.

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