25 May 2014

May 25, 2014


    Sunset May 24, 2014; cloudy in the mountains most of the day, sunny breaks in the valley!

    Sunrise May 25, 2014; not much of a change over night.

    GFS model has precipitation coming our way later today into this evening.

    Today will eventually get wet.


    Monday is looking wet as of now.


    Tuesday is looking unsettled with some showers.




Weather observations for May 25, 2014; taken at 06:00 Hrs.

2240 meters       -2, Winds were 15-20 KPH from the SSW
1860 meters        0, Winds were 15-15 KPH from the ESE
1550 meters      +3, No new snow, Base 110 cm
  660 meters      +7, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest + 14.5


For the forecast, a weak disorganised frontal system is moving our way with the likelihood of precipitation later today into this evening. The GFS and European models are in some agreement for today's forecast, but there is a lot of uncertainty in the models for today. An upper trough is expected for tomorrow with light precipitation through the day, moderate precipitation in the morning. This trough looks somewhat stationary and will give unsettled weather for most of the week, cooler temperatures with a mix of sun and cloud. Tuesday is looking like the driest day up to Thursdays forecast. Freezing levels around 1900 meters to 2100 meters for today, dropping to between 1700-1900 tomorrow.



    As of 07:00 hrs at 2240 meters we have overcast skies with unlimited visibility.



    Satellite image from 07:00 hrs this am.


    Satellite image from yesterday afternoon.

    Big picture from yesterday afternoon, moisture from Hawaii looks tone heading our way.




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A satisfactory failure: Hallets Peak: Colorado





    Obscured for a good part of the day yesterday at 2240 meters.

   Variable visibility at 1835 meters, yesterday afternoon.

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