15 Sep 2014

September 15, 2014




    Sunrise Friday September 12, 2014.

    Smoke from the fire in Felix Creek near Bralorne. Friday morning.


    First light on Plinth Peak, Saturday morning.

    Spyder Peak in the Upper Lillooet River.


    Sunrise September 14, 2014; over the Pemberton Ice Cap.

    Mount Meager Sunday September 14, 2014.


Weather observations for September 15, 2014; taken at 07:00 Hrs.

2180 meters        +11, Winds were 10-15 KPH from the ESE
1835 meters        +11, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the ESE
1650 meters        +10, Relative Humidity 46%
  660 meters          +6, Valley temperature, Max Temp Yest +28.6

For the forecast, we can expect another sunny day today as the high pressure aloft remains in our zone. Tuesday at this time is also looking quite nice with the possibility of cloud development later in the day. The high pressure is slowly being pushed East as a low moves down the coast.  Unsettled conditions will continue into Wednesday with a mix of sun, cloud, and cooler temperatures. The low pressure system to the North will bring increasing cloud to the area Wednesday evening with the chance of some light precipitation into Thursday and Friday. Check GFS models below!!  Saturday at this time is looking unsettled as the ridge tries to reestablish itself for the weekend. There is some disagreement in the models for the weekend so more on that Friday.


    Satellite image from Sunday afternoon, looking pretty clear.

    Big picture from yesterday, clouds expected on Wednesday but I doubt if it will rain much.

    GFS model not showing much precipitation for us on Thursday.

    High pressure rebuilds late Friday into Saturday.


13Th Annual Colorado Snow Avalanche Workshop: October 17, 2014

10 Commandments of Avalanche Safety: Bruce Temper

SkiDoo offering all riders free avalanche awareness courses: Snowgoer

Summary of BC SAR calls September 1-7, 2014: Emergency Management BC

Glaciers in Northern Antarctic Peninsula melting faster than ever: Science Daily

   


    Clouds dissipated quickly on Friday morning.

    Mostly ice.

    Close up of Pylon Peak.

    Another perspective of Pylon Peak.

    Top of the Squamish Glacier, still some white patches of snow at 7000 Feet.


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