2 Sep 2013

September 2, 2013

September 1, not much snow left on the southerly slopes.


Contrails help in the effect of the  sunset on August 31, 2013.





At 1835 meters the temperature was +9, winds were 5-25 KPH from the SSE. At 1550 metes the temperature was +11. In the valley it was +11. Observations taken at 10:00 hrs this am.

For the forecast an upper low remains off the coast spinning bands of moisture into our area. Today and Tuesday will be unsettled, Wednesday looks to be the nicest day of the week. Thursday into Friday looks to be very wet with significant moisture being drawn into the equation from the south pacific. Heaviest rain will likely come Thursday evening. There is a drying trend expected for Saturday into Sunday. Refer to the flow in the links below.



CDOT looks into remote blasting of avalanches: Wildlife Concerns

Lindsy Vonn trains on snow for first time since crash: Portillo, Chile

Into the Mind-Official Teaser: Sherpas Cinema

ISSW 2013 - October 7-11, 2013: Grenoble, France

September-October outlook according to Farmers Almanac: Only time will tell

Deep upper low off the coast will bring strong southerly flow aloft: Animated flow for next few days

Overlord Glacier feeling the heat and rain.


The big picture with the deep upper low off the coast. September 1, 2013.

Big picture from this morning, September 2, 2013.

Image form this morning, narrow band of moisture in a North\South orientation brought light precipitation this am. 


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