2 Jul 2014

July 2, 2014

    Awesome day June 30 Th on the water.

    Many eagles hanging in Howe Sound.                                                          Suze Cumming Photo

    Early morning July 1, 2014.

    Big hits on the Horstman Glacier , July 1, 2014.

    Many people in the town centre enjoying Canada day, Max temperature was +32.4.

    Early morning light July 2, 2014.

    Sunrise July 2, 2014.

Weather observations for July 2, 2014; taken at 06:00 Hrs.

2180 meters        +12, Winds were 15-30 KPH from the S
1835 meters        +14, Winds were 10-15 KPH from the SSE
1550 meters        +17, RH 46%
  660 meters        +15, Valley Temperature, max Temp Yest +32.4

Many high temperature records were broken yesterday across BC.

For the forecast, upper level ridge moved East yesterday evening, this allowed onshore flow with cooler temperatures and cloud development to occur. Stratus cloud development near the ocean is likely for tomorrow into Thursday. Expect unsettled conditions into Friday with sunny periods, cloud development and even the slight chance of some isolated showers. Overall some fairly nice weather for the week.  A broad upper trough is forecasted to move into the area on Saturday with a brief period of potential light rain from Saturday evening into Sunday afternoon. This low to the North appears to be pushed out of the area as the high pressure rebuilds for Monday. Much disagreement in the models for the weekend so more on that in the next post.

    Low pressure will influence the weather for the week.

    Still early for this model but some precipitation is forecasted for Saturday.

    The low is still a factor in our weather for the week into the weekend.

    Satellite image from Tuesday afternoon.

    Image of the Pacific Northwest.

    The real big picture July 1, 2014.

Skier lucky to be alive after Thredbo Avalanche: Australia

Latest weather from New Zealand: Arthur Pass Mountaineering

This is ski patrol job security: Ouch

Skiing in Las Lenas: Looks like winter

Lift-Accessed Guiding: Kieth Reid

Avalanche Rescue Helmet wins International design award: AVAnav

Float Trigger Voluntary Recall: BCA

    Convective clouds developed June 30 over the mountains.

    Everyone was listening to the music in Olympic Park, Canada Day!!

    Looking South Wednesday morning, clouds have moved into our zone. Onshore flow!!

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