17 Aug 2015

August 17, 2015

    Saturday August 15, 2015--Had that moist look in the morning.

    Satellite image from the same time frame as above picture.

    Sunday August 16, 2015--Stratus layer over the valley, eventually dissipated with broken cloud.

    Satellite image shows stratus layer Sunday morning.

    Sunday evening.

Weather Observations for August 17, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +7, Winds were 15-25 KPH from the S
1835 meters      +8, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the E
1650 meters      +8, Relative Humidity 95%
  660 meters      +9, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +23.

9.4 mm of rain was recorded Friday and Saturday at 660 meters.

    As of 06:04 hours the sun was rising with clear skies and unlimited visibility.

    Looking like a sunny day.

For the forecast the high pressure will strengthen over the next couple of days bringing warm temperatures and sunny skies. Cooler air from onshore surface flow will bring slightly cooler temperatures to the area from Wednesday into next weekend. The European model has an upper level trough moving into our zone for Friday with some showers. The North American model is forecasting sunny weather into next weekend. More on that in Friday's post. Enjoy the awesome summer weather!!

    High pressure in the Eastern Pacific will bring nice weather into at least Friday.

    High pressure strengthens tomorrow with warm temperatures in the area.


Study shows how climate change threatens health: Science Daily

Can human judgement handle avalanches: Kate Siber

Jet Force avalanche Airbag recall: Pistehors.com

Taos Ski Patrol ill vote on forming a union: New Mexico

    Cloudy on Saturday.

    Rainbow early Saturday evening after the downpour.

    Awesome day for the Slow Food Ride in Pemberton Sunday.

     Bee Keepers -- Pemberton, B.C.

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