6 Jun 2016

June 6, 2016

    June 1, 2016-- Mostly cloudy did eventually rain--3.1 mm recorded at Nesters-- 660 meters.

    June 1, 2016. Clouds thickened as the day progressed.

    June 2, 2016-- Mostly cloudy with some breaks. No Rain.

    June 2, 2016-- Max Temperature was 16.9 Degrees C.

    June 3, 2016-- mix of sun and cloud--no rain.

    June 3, 2016-- Max Temperature was 18.6 Degrees C.

    Sunset, Friday June 3, 2016. Nice weather is here!!

    Saturday afternoon-- June 4, 2016--Bluebird. Maximum Temperature was 30.4 Degrees C.

    June 4, 2016-- Very busy day at the heliport.

    June 4, 2016--Helicopters and CDFL Training.

    June 5, 2016--Awesome day-- 32.6 degrees recorded at the Nesters weather stn for a new record.

    June 5, 2016-- Silt from Fitzsimmons Creek flowing into Green Lake.

    High Cirrus cloud around for most of the day, Sunday.

Weather Observations for June 6, 2016: taken at 07:00 Hours.

2240 meters    +11, Winds were 25-30 KPH S        --Horstman Hut
1860 meters    +12, Winds were 10-20  KPH SSE --Rendevous
1550 meters    +15, RH 52%-- Catskinner
  660 meters    +11, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +32.6. 0.0 mm of Precip recorded yest

   As of 08:00 Hrs this am we have broken cloud and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, the upper level ridge which brought us record breaking temperatures yesterday will begin slowly shifting East with a light SW flow aloft this am. Should see a slight increase in the cloud cover each day as the flow becomes moderate by Wednesday, when an upper level trough moves into our zone. Temperatures will also slightly decrease each day through this transition and there is a chance of some showers late Wednesday into Thursday. The upper low is expected to move through our zone by the weekend but the models are not consistent in its strength, timing and track. Looks like a mixed bag, some cloud, sun and the occasional shower into Sunday. Typical June weather!!

    High will bring mostly sunny weather into Wednesday.

    Low to the North will begin to affect our area by Wednesday.

    Showers likely by Thursday.

    Flow for this week into the weekend. Unsettled conditions Thursday through Sunday.

     Low will bring cloud and some moisture later in the week. Models are unsure of the Lows path.

     Looks cloudy for the weekend as well. Time will tell!!



Court rules Winter Park not liable for Avalanche Death: Colorado

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Remains of missing National Guardsman found in Chugach State Park: Alaska

Some interesting data for May over the past ten years from the Nesters Weather Station.

Year                    Max Avg Temp                    Total Precipitation

2007                           +17.0                                      32.3 mm
2008                           +17.4                                      36.2 mm
2009                           +16.5                                      40.2 mm
2010                           +15.0                                      49.6 mm
2011                           +13.4                                      31.4 mm
2012                           +15.5                                      21.6 mm
2013                           +17.6                                      65.1 mm
2014                           +17.7                                      20.4 mm
2015                           +20.7                                      28.4 mm
2016                           +18.6                                      46.6 mm

    Early Sunday morning.

    17:00 Hours Sunday afternoon. High pressure is holding some high scattered cloud around.

    This is an image from June 5, 2015. Deja Vu.

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