10 Oct 2013

October 10, 2013

Wednesday October 9, 2013 started off with a spectacular sunrise!

Mostly cloudy day but some great light at times.

May receive a bit of rain on Friday, certainly on the edge in this picture!

At 2180 meters the temperature was -3. At 1835 meters the temperature was -3, winds were 15-35 KPH from the W. At 1650 meters the temperature was +1.5. In the valley the temperature was +4.
Observations taken this am October 10, 2013 at 04:30 hrs.

For the forecast the weak frontal system arrived with the cloud layer dropping, should be mostly cloudy today. Friday is looking unsettled with the possibility of some showers. Saturday is looking dry as a ridge builds bringing drier conditions on Sunday into Monday.

Sportgevity is interviewing people on extreme sports: Dale Atkins-Avalanche Educator

Al Gore effect to hit ISSW in the French Alps: Climate Depot

Article on Whitecap Alpine Lodge: South Chilcotin Mountains

Two climbers rescued by helicopter: High Avalanche Risk in New Zealand

Cirrus clouds yesterday were well lit and the effects show was changing constantly.

Some great cloud formations.

Animated model for Thursday. Bands of moisture on the way.

Looking West from Ipsoot.

The high pressure is well established by Monday.

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