9 Nov 2013

November 9, 2013

November 9, 2013 snow guns are on, -5 as of 07:00 Hrs.

Image for this morning, looking cloudy and dry, possibility of some light precipitation. Most of the moisture is south of our zone. Will depend on the flow?

Satellite image from November 8, 2013. Lots of breaks amongst the cloud.

Considering the temperature and sun exposure the snow man was holding his own! Friday +5

The temperature at 2180 meters was -5. At 1860 meters the temperature was -5, winds were 0-15 KPH from the SSW. At 1550 meters the temperature was -2. In the valley it was +1. Observations taken at 07:00 hrs November 9, 2013.

For the forecast, a West-Southwest flow will bring mostly cloudy skies today with a chance of some light showers. A weak warm front will pass through between tonight and tomorrow. Sunday is looking drier and unsettled. An upper ridge builds for Monday bringing more unsettled weather with some sunshine and the possibility of  rain showers. A North West flow will arrive for Tuesday bringing a weak front associated with some precipitation. This will continue into Thursday. Freezing level around 1300 meters will slowly rise to 2500 + meters by Monday then slowly drop again to 1300 meters by Thursday.

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The low on Thursday(7Th), note the thin line of clear skies, this is referred to as post frontal subsidence.

Another cool image of the low pressure on Thursday(7Th).

We will get lucky for Monday with some sunshine.

Looking wet for Tuesday.

Friday November 8 Th , -6.5 at 08:00 hrs.

Friday was a fairly nice day.

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