22 May 2015

May 22, 2015

    View to the South Thursday May 21, 2015. 06:00 Hours.

    Cloudier looking East over 1 Mile Lake.

    There was some blue in the sky early Thursday morning.

    Whistler view from a distance.

    Cumulus clouds formed early yesterday morning.

    Convective in the afternoon.

    Isolated showers in the corridor yesterday afternoon.

    Wedge just before sunset last night.

    Horstman Glacier at sunset Thursday night.

Weather Observations for May 22, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +5, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the NW
1835 meters      +7, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the E
1650 meters      +6, No new snow, Base 90 cm, relative humidity is 100%
  660 meters    +11, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +27.6.

    As of 07:00 Hours this am we have mostly overcast skies and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, moderate to strong onshore flow will bring mostly cloudy skies to our area for today into Saturday as an upper low remains stationary over our zone.  Still a chance of a few sunny breaks but the moist unstable air mass should produce showers with the threat of thundershowers later in the day. The unsettled pattern will continue into next week as a weak upper level trough develops over the Pacific Northwest. There may be a change in the cycle, with cloudy mornings and sunny breaks in the afternoon.

     Onshore flow will bring mostly cloudy skies.

    Low will be in our zone over the weekend.

      Saturday looks like a repeat of Friday.


Skiing away from a volcanic eruption: Mount Etna

Rollerman in China: French Daredevil

Snowboarder cannot out run avalanche: Victor Daviet

Avalanche on Mount Huntington: Matthew Morriss


Cody Borchers recaps 14/15 season: Mountain Sledder

CDOT opens Independence Pass for Memorial Weekend: Colorado

Airbags--Don't let them get to your head: SASS

Nepal is calling, But who will come: Adventure Sports

    Old debris from a cornice release.

    Cabin above the Pemberton Meadows South Ridge.

    High Mountain lakes are thawing early this year.

    Island green at the Black Squirrel.

    Pemberton Meadows Valley.

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