28 May 2012

The past few days have been spectacular, 17.5 degrees in Whistler yesterday.

At 2280 meters the temperature as of 06:00 hrs was -1, winds were 5-10 KPH from the SSE.
At 1550 meters the temperature was +1.7, 99% relative humidity and the barometer is dropping.
In the valley it is +9.

For the updated avalanche advisory click here: Avalanche Advisory

News from the Siachen Glacier disaster: Kashmir

Crowd sourcing avalanche information in Europe: Geo Avalanche

Finnish skier falls 2000 feet on McKinley: Orient Express

International Snow Science Workshop is in Alaska this September: ISSW

This will be the last day of regular updates. During the summer I will post some avalanche information with regards to the southern hemisphere, hiking trail updates around here and some local flora & fauna information.

Hope everyone enjoyed the blog this winter, any comments would be appreciated before the 2012-2013 winter season.