7 Oct 2013

October 7, 2013



Thanks to Mike Cooperberg for this shot of Shale Slope October 6, 2013; Glide Cracks Widening.

After 2 days of warm temperatures, with a high on Sunday of +4.7 degrees at 2180 meters, the snow is disappearing quickly. Freezing level should drop tonight to 1600 meters.


Just a few days ago.

Still biking to be had!!

Animation of precip values for Monday into Tuesday.



At 2180 meters the temperature was -1.2. At 1835 meters the temperature was -.5, winds were 20-45 KPH form the SSE. At 1650 meters the temperature was +2.5. In the valley the temperature was +8. The precipitation gauge at 1650 meters recorded 3 mm of rain since last night. Observations taken at 05:30 am this October 7, 2013.

For the forecast, the cold front and associated low are moving East followed by a trough which will bring breezy conditions and rain easing to showers to our area for today. Unsettled conditions will follow the passage of the trough sometime this evening as a high builds. A mix of sun and cloud will prevail for the week,  prior to the arrival of a weak front for Friday. At this time it looks like Saturday may be a nice day as well. Record temperature at YVR in Vancouver yesterday, +21.2 degrees.







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This was last nights image of the front.


Low on an East ward track.

Looking like a fairly nice day tomorrow.




Ski season is still only officially opening on November 28, 2013 for Whistler Blackcomb.

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