16 Jul 2014

July 16, 2014


    Glacier melt between Prince Rupert and Terrace with some nice warm temperatures.

    Slabs in this region with some very large avalanche paths. Blogging from downtown Terrace.

   Nice looking day in Whistler!!

    Bike park looks dry and not that busy this am.


    Amazing weather up North over the past 8 days.


    Still a lot of snow along the Coastal Mountains.



Weather observations for July 14, 2014; taken at 07:00 Hrs.

2180 meters        +16, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the S
1835 meters        +19, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the NNE
1550 meters        +16, Relative Humidity 58 %
  660 meters        +15, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest +32.6


For the forecast, upper level ridge here until at least Friday. Sunny skies today with warm temperatures. Possibly some cloud development Thursday morning, getting nicer on Thursday afternoon. Stronger onshore flow will bring a change on Friday with unsettled conditions in the morning and afternoon as a trough moves in for the evening with some welcome precipitation. Showers look likely for Saturday into Sunday afternoon prior to more nice weather by Sunday evening into Monday.



    Big picture this morning. Some moisture appears to be heading our way.

    Still lots of stratus cloud along the coast.

    Looking like a nice day for Thursday!


    Precipitation moving towards our zone for the weekend.



In the Zone: Fitz Zone A-Line

Conditions in New Zealand: Arthur's Pass Mountaineering

Rock Avalanche hits Mt Cook Hut: New Zealand

Boston Family survives avalanche in the French Alps: Corridor of Death



    Prince Rupert Waterfront.

    Eagles and gulls feasting on bait fish.

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