2 Jun 2014

June 2, 2014



    6 people confirmed buried on Mount Rainer, story in articles below.                 Internet Photo

    June 1, 2014 at 07:30 Hrs.

    Partially cloudy but the start to an awesome day.

    Convective clouds grew as the day progressed.

    Looking up the Pemberton Meadows, early Sunday morning.


    June 2, 2014, cloud to the North of our area, expect convective activity today.



Weather observations of June 2, 2014; taken at 07:00 Hrs.

2240 meters      +5, Winds were 10-15 KPH from the NNE
1860 meters      +6, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the NNE
1550 meters      +8, Snow is still melting.
  660 meters      +9, Valley Temperature, Max Yest was +24




For the forecast, the high pressure over the Northwest Pacific will maintain low level onshore flow for the remainder of the week. There is a weak upper level trough to the North of our zone which will likely bring more cloud to the area this afternoon. There is a chance this activity could trigger isolated thunderstorms later in the day. The trough may also affect us on Tuesday but we will see mostly sunny skies. Wednesday and Thursday are looking very sunny, Friday may see some cloud from the North move into our area but again mostly sunny.


    Satellite image from June 2, 07:00 Hrs. Marine stratus layer along the coast.



    High is very significant but the low to the North may send some cloud our way.

    Satellite image from June 1, 2014 in the morning.


Six climbers feared dead on Washington's Mount Rainier: Seattle

Avalanche Probe Plus: Mammut

Deep Slab survey for ISSW 2014: University of Calgary

BC Sar Incident Summaries:  May 19-May 25, 2014

Latest update on Mount Rainier incident: Seattle





    View from Whistler Peak early Sunday morning.

    Looking South Sunday afternoon.


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