25 Sep 2015

September 25, 2015

    Everest Avalanche Survivor raising funds for earthquake victims, story below.                   Net Pic

    Early Monday morning. Clouds did dissipate for a relatively nice day.

    Unsettled on Monday but mostly sunny.

    Ipsoot Mountain Tuesday September 22, 2015. Some info on Ipsoot

    Wednesday September 23--16:30 Hours--5.1 mm of rain recorded at 660 meters on Wednesday.

    Satellite image from the same time frame as image above.

    Dusting Thursday morning.

    More precipitation on the way, Thursday morning 08:45.

    A bit of a moist plume from the South. 32.8 mm of rain recorded at Nester's weather station Thurs.

    There is snow in them there hills!! Friday September 25, 2015.

Weather Observations for September 25, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters      -1, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the S
1835 meters     +1, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the S
1650 meters     +2, Relative Humidity 100%
  660 meters     +7, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +10.5. 32.8 mm recorded on Thursday.

   As of 07:30 hrs this am we have high overcast, cloud in the valley and unlimited visibility at 1835 M.

   Satellite image from this am, clouds will take a while to move away.


For the forecast, lingering cloud this morning in the wake of the cold front last night,  a weak dry upper level trough will be apparent this morning.  We will likely see some cloud development on Saturday with a mix of sun and cloud. The high pressure will build between the low to the North and South bringing mostly sunny skies later this afternoon into the weekend with cool temperatures.  The high pressure to the West will strengthen Sunday into early next week with warmer temperatures and sunny skies. Will be updating the forecast in Monday's post. If anyone knows a business that might like to advertise on this blog could you please contact me. Having difficulty in finding sponsors this year. If there is not enough interest and I cannot find sponsors, October 31 could be the last day for the blog.



    Precipitation is moving South today. Dry upper level trough will bring unsettled conditions.

    Cloud should move out of our zone later today.

    High pressure pushing between the low to the North and South.

    Saturday is looking nice.


    High pressure over Southern BC.

    High pressure for Monday.

    High pressure remains into at least Thursday October 1.




VIDEO FRIDAY:

Some Very aggressive wing suiting: The Great Dario

Quad Cork on Skis??: Possibly the first!

Things to do during a flood: Typhoon Goni

Ripping Powder in Europe today: Arthur Longo


                           

ARTICLES:

B.C. Coast should brace for "Monster" El Nino: U Vic Professor

Researchers dig up 421 Scottish words for snow: TheStar.com

Mount Everest: The most popular death trap in the world: Hope Racine

Avalanche survivor raising money for Earthquake victims: California

BRP invites snowmobilers to Free Avalanche Awareness Seminars: SnoWest



 An atmospheric river was directly over our area yesterday. Definition The most intense rainfall was
between 17:00-21:00 Hours. 6.7 mm of rain fell between 20:00-21:00 Hours at 1650 meters, this is assuming that the precipitation gauge is accurate! Certainly close.


    Lillooet River flooded its banks Sunday--Picture taken early Sunday morning. River in foreground.

    Water Hazard on Big Sky Monday morning.

    Water was flowing out of the Mountains on Tuesday as well.

    Different shades of firn.

   Wednesday started out with mostly cloudy skies, rained in the afternoon.
         
    Sunny breaks Wednesday morning.

    Light rain early Thursday morning.


    Wood duck enjoying the flooded marshes.

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