7 Sep 2015

September 7, 2015

    Snow in the Mountains from the recent cold low.

    Saturday morning looking South over Green Lake--September 5, 2015.

    Big Sky Golf Course Saturday morning.

    Satellite image from Saturday.

    Fairly cloudy Saturday afternoon.

    Early Sunday morning. September 6, 2015.

    Northeast of Pemberton Sunday afternoon.


    Unsettled weather Sunday afternoon in Whistler.

    This image taken at the same time as the image above, September 6, 2015.



Weather Observations for September 7, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +1, Winds were 10-15 KPH from the WSW
1835 meters      +3, Winds were 10-15 KPH from the WSW
1650 meters      +4, Relative Humidity 93%
  660 meters      +8, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +18.5.


    As of 06:00 Hrs this am we have broken cloud and unlimited visibility, sunrise s at 06:35.


For the forecast, a very weak upper level trough is passing through this morning. A mix of sun and cloud will prevail for today with clouds lingering around the peaks.  We may even see some intermittent rain showers this evening. Tuesday is looking mostly cloudy with some periodic light rain showers as a cold front passes through our zone. Wednesday will be unsettled as a very weak upper level ridge builds into the area. Thursday is looking dry and warmer with a mix of sun and cloud. By Friday we should see mostly sunny skies into Saturday, with Friday being the warmest day. Will have an update on the forecast on Friday.


    Upper level Northwest flow for today with clouds in the region.


    Should see some showers by the evening.

    Unsettled for the day.

    Cold front with some precipitation for Tuesday.

    Ridge builds for Wednesday.


     High pressure Thursday with the low possibly sending some cloud into our area.


    Ridge will strengthen by Friday with sunny warm conditions.




ARTICLES:

Search and Rescue team to train for avalanche rescue on Mt Taranaki: New Zealand

Everest Filmmakers Narrowly Escaped 2014 Avalanche: Contactmusic.com

Marty Schmidt's daughter travels to K2 to collect remains: New Zealand

Climate change could leave Pacific Northwest amphibians high and dry: Science Daily



    Some of the burnt forest near the Meager Group.

    Pemberton Valley early Saturday morning.

    Mount Currie Saturday afternoon.

    Looking Northeast from the Meadows.

    Young Elk enjoying the beach.

    B3e-- A sweet Ride!!

    Snow line on Saturday was into the tree line.

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