19 Oct 2013

October 19, 2013

Full moon last night at 18:39, the October full moon is also called the Hunter's moon.

High cloud this morning, temperature as of 08:00 hrs here was +5, maximum temp yesterday was +12.5 at 16:00 hrs at this elevation.

As of 07:30 this am October 19, 2013 the temperature at 2180 meters was +7.5. At 1860 meters the temperature was +5, winds were 10-20 KPH from the NNE. At 1650 meters the temperature was +4. In the valley it was 0. The temperature went to +13 at 2180 meters yesterday.

The full moon was October 18, 2013.

For the forecast, we will continue to enjoy sunny skies and above normal freezing levels for the next few days. Some high cloud will spill into our area today but it will remain dry.  There will be a weak disturbance pass through our area possibly on Wednesday bringing more cloud but it is looking still dry. The long term models are now forecasting warm dry weather into next weekend.

Avalanche Safety Footage; Stay Alive: The Avalanche Guys

Snow, Avalanches, & Rescues: MIA 2013 Nepal

Update on Pulse 4.0 Firmware: Mammut

Images of Mount Baker from space: Earth Observatory

Forecasted images of the low moving onto the coast for Tuesday into Wednesday.

The high pressure looks like it will rebuild for next weekend.

Fog along the coast, high cirrus moving by us to the North East.

Sunset October 18, 2013. Snow guns are being positioned on W\B. Freezing levels, unfortunately are not cooperating with a range of 3000-3800 meters in the next few days.

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