4 May 2015

May 4, 2015

    Langtang Village were rescuers are still recovering bodies from deadly Quake stories below.

    Sunrise Sunday May 3, 2015 was officially at 05:45 hours.

    Line up for the bike park Sunday morning.

    Peak of Whistler looks good!!

   Clear skies for most of the day.

    Hole # 1 and Hole # 18 on the Chateau Course.

    Some cloud moved in just before sunset.

    Cirrus cloud Sunday evening.

    Sunset was at 20:33 Hours.

Weather Observations for May 4, 2015; taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters     -1, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the S
1835 meters    +2, Winds were 15-30 KPH from the SSE
1650 meters    +3, No new snow, Base 176 cm, relative humidity is 45%
  660 meters    +1, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +18.4.

    As of 07:00 Hours we have high overcast and unlimited visibility

For the forecast, the upper level ridge is moving inland this morning with a low level Northwesterly onshore flow. The freezing level will begin to drop with the cooler and increasing cloudier weather (1400 meters by this evening). A weak cold front will move through the area this afternoon with snow expected in the alpine. A trough will bring continued light precipitation to the area Tuesday as the low pressure spins overhead. As the low moves Southeasterly we will get some unsettled conditions on Wednesday with a mix of sun and cloud and the chance of some isolated showers. The ridge rebuilds for Thursday into Saturday. Guesstimates: 5-10 cm above tree line for Tuesday morning, 5-10 cm above tree line for Wednesday morning.

    Flow will go from Northwesterly to Southwesterly with some moderate to strong winds.

    We are at the top end of the cold front. Should arrive this afternoon.

    Weak cold front moving onshore this evening. Snow in the alpine!!

    Trough will move through the area on Tuesday.

    Trough moving through Wednesday with most of the energy moving Southeast.


Searchers find body of missing Israeli Trekker: Langtang Avalanche

50 People dug out of an avalanche, 200 missing: Langtang Area of Nepal

Landsat 8 reveals extent of the Earthquake disaster in the Langtang Valley: Before and After Images

An Elderly Nepali Villager and his memory of the 1934 Quake: Pokharidanda, Nepal

Favourable conditions in Aspen-area backcountry: Colorado

    Low is spinning a cold front at us.

    Armchair Glacier is shrinking fairly quickly in the past 5 years.

    Number 2 and Number 17 on the Chateau Course.

    Cloud development to the North yesterday evening.

    Blossoms are out in Whistler!!

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