13 Sep 2013

September 13, 2013


    September 12, 2013 very warm and comfortable in the Alpine!

    Tower heads ready to be flown to the new Crystal Lift.

At 1835 meters the temperature was +14, winds were 5-15 KPH from the E. At 1550 meters the temperature was +16. In the valley the temperature was +20. Yesterday at the Nesters weather station the high was +31.5. Observations taken this am September 13, 2013.

For the forecast the high will remain in our area until Saturday. A thermally induced trough is tracking from the Oregon\California coast which will bring clouds into the area Sunday with the slight possibility of thundershowers. At this time the electrical activity may stay to the south of our zone. The rain will continue into Monday followed by a series of upper troughs for the remainder of the week bringing wetter and cooler conditions. Chance of a drier day on Thursday.



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Dynafit How to Series: The art of skinning!!

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20 Avalanches close Milford Road: New Zealand

Ski racing behind cars and motorcycles: 1955 Daredevils

Avalanche victim helps honour rescue team for saving her life: Utah


    Hazy days of summer!!

    New twin rotor A-Star


    The low shown here will be the weather changer on Sunday.


    Outlook for Monday with significant moisture associated with the low.

Warm air moving from the East which will develop a thermally induced trough eventually working its way up the coast to bring precipitation into our area for Sunday evening.

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