19 May 2014

May 19, 2014


    Certainly a cloudy day May 18, 2014.

    Near the end of the ski day yesterday, a few sunny breaks.


    Dry conditions in the hills around Napa, even the lakes are low.

   Wild Turkey


Weather observations for May 19 2014; taken at 07:00 Hrs.

2240 meters      -1, 15-25 KPH from the SW
1860 meters       0,  5-15 KPH from the SE
1550 meters     +4, No new snow, Base 132 cm
  660 meters     +9, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest +17


For the forecast the upper level low is slowly moving out of our zone, expect cloudy skies this morning with light rain. We may see unsettled conditions later today as the low moves Southeast. Tuesday we can expect unsettled conditions as a ridge of high pressure begins to influence the weather pattern. Offshore zonal flow will bring cloudy skies for Wednesday with the chance of a few breaks. Thursday is looking mostly cloudy with showers.


    As of 08:30 we have overcast skies, variable visibility, and it is raining.

   Cloudy this morning, chance of some breaks later today.


    The high pressure is moving in for Tuesday but there is a low close by.
    Satellite image from yesterday afternoon.


Greenland will be a far greater contributor to sea rise than expected: Science Daily

What happened to the dirtbag skier?: Porter Fox

Not much avalanche related new out there!!


    Napa sunset.

    Cool features in the Mayacamus Mountains.

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