11 Sep 2015

September 11, 2015


    Monday morning in Pemberton. September 7, 2015.

    Monday evening, a change in the air.

    Tuesday September 8, 2015. 5.2 mm of precipitation recorded at 660 meters.

    Image from Tuesday.

   Wednesday morning.

    Thursday, September 10, 2015.  Blue Bird.


    Satellite image from Thursday.

Weather Observations for September 11, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +13, Winds were 15-20 KPH from the S
1835 meters      +14, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the E
1650 meters      +12, Relative Humidity 75%
  660 meters        +7, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +26.6.

    As of 07:30 we have clear skies, unlimited visibility and there is an inversion.

    Image from this morning, looking like a fine day. Stratus layer on the coast.


For the forecast, strong upper level ridge will bring sunny skies and warm temperatures to the area for today and into Saturday. A thermal trough will make for some summer like conditions and we should see a Northwesterly flow aloft. Onshore flow will bring some cloud to the area on Sunday into Monday with the chance of some isolated showers on Monday evening. Tuesday is looking unsettled with some showers before a stronger Pacific front arrives Wednesday with cooler wet weather and a good chance of some windy conditions into Thursday, with a Southwesterly flow aloft. GFS and ECMWF are in agreement with the forecast as of now.  Friday should see a weak ridge build, but more on that in next Fridays post.


    Strong upper level ridge on the coast.

    Warm temperatures for today, may see some records broken.

    Looks wet to the North.

    Cloud expected on Sunday with some onshore flow.

    Monday may be a fairly nice day with some isolated showers in the evening.

    Unsettled weather for Tuesday. Will have an update in Mondays post.

    Wet and cool weather for Wednesday and Thursday. Looks like some strong winds also.


Video Fridays:

Long Boarder pushing the speed limit: Zak Maytum

Winter Insights for Northern California: Brian Allegretto

Swarm of Drones: British Tinkerer


Articles:

Air bags and Avalanche Safety: Skinet.com

Worth while exercise helps hone skills: New Zealand

Backcountry Economics 101: EarnYourTurns


    S-61 working over the Upper Lilooett River.

    S-61 Heavy lift helicopter. Info on the S-61


    Awesome day on Thursday.

    Mount Cayley, September 10, 2015. Info on Cayley

    Looking into the Soo Valley Thursday.

    Powder Mountain in the background.

    Rainbow Glacier early Thursday Morning.

   No flossing for this marmot.

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