17 Jun 2014

June 17, 2014

    Monday evening around 20:00 Hrs, still cloudy!

    Lillooet River just above the Pemberton Meadows. Showers up there yesterday as well.

    Ryan River Valley.

                             Rutherford Valley

    Soo River Valley

Weather Observations for June 17, 2014; then at 06:00 Hrs.

2180 meters        +2, Winds were 10-25 KPH from the W
1835 meters        +3, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the WSW
1550 meters        +6, No snow left
  660 meters        +8, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest +16, Precip Yest 4.1 mm.

For the forecast, the upper level low to the South is moving Eastward and we should see a nice day with mainly sunny skies as a high pressure builds into Wednesday with an associated Northerly flow. Another weak frontal system is forecasted to move in for Thursday evening into Friday with unsettled weather. Thursday evening looks to be the wettest period. Another ridge of high pressure should bring a nice dry weekend with warmer temperatures. Saturday could be unsettled with more sun by Sunday. Models are in disagreement as to the amount of moisture moving our way for Thursday and Friday.

    As of 06:30 this am, low level cloud should rise and dissipate.

    Upper level low will move East today allowing for the ridge of high pressure into our zone.

    Low over Idaho had been sending clouds and moisture over our zone: Animated GFS Model

    This mornings image as of 06:30 hours.

    Satellite Image from the evening of June 16, 2014.

    Looks like we might see some nice weather later today from yesterdays big picture.

Melting and refreezing of deep Greenland ice speeds flow to sea: Science Daily

BC SAR Incidents; June 2-June 8, 2014: BC SAR Association

The Wisdom of Breaking Away: New York Times

Challenging Spring for Glacier National Park: Two Feet of snow expected

Snow levels lowering in Southern New Zealand: Avalanche Center

    Looking like we could get some drier weather for Saturday with a Southwest flow.

    Upper level trough has some moisture heading our way for late Thursday.

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