22 Jun 2014

June 22, 2014

    Friday was mostly cloudy with some showers, Max Temp in Whistler June 20, +14.6 with 1.4 mm.

    First day of summer started off with barely a cloud in the sky, clouds did slowly develop.

    High cloud moved in as the day progressed with some cumulus cloud as well.

    Peak of Wedge at 2892 meters was in the cloud by Saturday afternoon.

    Sunday morning at 06:30 hrs,  June 22, 2014.

Weather observations for June 22, 2014; taken at 07:00 Hrs.

2180 meters        +6, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the SSE
1835 meters        +9, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the ENE
1550 meters        +8
  660 meters        +8, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest +21

For the forecast the weak upper level ridge will give us another nice day with increasing high cloud moving in as the day progresses. A Southwesterly flow aloft should also bring some warmer temperatures. Early Monday morning is also looking nice, but a weak front will move into the area with cloudy skies and some precipitation expected late Monday night into early Tuesday morning. Unsettled weather will follow later on Tuesday, Wednesday into Thursday as a weak low remains in the area with low level onshore flow. Cooler temperatures can also be expected during this period. All the models are in disagreement to what happens later in the week, so more on that in the next post.

   As of 07:30 this am we have scattered cloud moving in from the South with unlimited visibility.

    Satellite image from this morning at 06:30 Hrs.

    Looks like some moisture is heading our way for Tuesday.

    High holds on for today.

    Clouds will be rolling in on Monday.

    Looks a little wet on Tuesday. Showers with the slight possibility of some thunder and lightning.

    Satellite image from early Saturday morning.

    Image from Horstman Glacier taken from same time as above image.

Judge grants eviction of Park City Mountain Resort: Salt Lake City

Nepal's Sherpas drift away from mountaineering: Katmandu

Tracker 3 Review: Wildsnow

Chilcotin Wildlife: Cliff Jennings

Another tragedy on Mt Rainier: 70 Year Old recovered

    Western Toad tadpoles in Lost Lake.

    Many Tadpoles.

    Some nice colours on the longest day of the year.

    Last sun of the day on Armchair, June 21, 2014. Clouds dissipated by sunset.

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