9 Jun 2014

June 9, 2014


    Cloudier Saturday and Sunday, still very dry!

    A very quiet Green Lake early last Friday morning.



    HETS Training on Saturday.

    SAR Long Line Rescue Practise, Saturday.


    Just after noon it began to look ominous on Sunday.

    By 18:00 Hrs it began to rain Sunday: June 8, 2014. Not enough to make a difference.



    Looking South this am at 06:00 Hrs.

    Looking North this am.

Weather observations for June 9, 2014; taken at 07:00 hrs.

2240 meters         0, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the SSW
1860 meters       +1, Winds were 10-15 KPH from the SSE
1550 meters       +5, Snow Height? Not much.
  660 meters       +6, Valley Temperature, Max temp Yest +21, .2 mm of precip

Freezing level dropped to 2000 meters last night.


For the forecast, the WestNorthWest Flow will bring sunny conditions with cloud development later in the day, as the high dominates. The low to the North will allow a weak trough into the area for Tuesday with mostly cloudy conditions and the possibility of showers. The high rebuilds again for Wednesday for an unsettled day with a mix of sun and cloud. Another stronger surface trough moves in for Thursday with cooler temperatures and a moist flow. Thursday could be an unsettled day with precipitation beginning Thursday evening into Friday as the low moves South. There are some inconsistencies in the models for later in the week. Saturday could also be a rather wet day.



The large surface high off the coast will loose some ground and the low will spread cloud and precipitation into the area near the end of the week. MM5 image for Thursday.

    Satellite image from this am at 07:00 Hrs.


    Satellite image from Sunday morning. Cloudy but did not begin to rain until the evening.


Climber admits she got a lift: Wang Jing

Backcountry Riders Behavioural Study: Jerry Johnson

Powdr Corp CEO talks about lawsuit : John Cumming

New Technology could mean no more ACL Surgery for Skiers: The Ski Channel

BC SAR Incident Summaries: May 26-June 1, 2014

Heavy Snowfall over the winter has delayed opening: Glacier National Park, Montana

Greg Hill survives Avalanche with a broken leg: Pakistan



    Merganser Brood Sunday morning, Green Lake.

    Water birds are all having babies, Mallard Brood.

                             Training, two attendants and ariel rescue platform.

    Weather last week was as good as it gets for June.

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