4 Jul 2014

July 4, 2014


    Convective cloud development Wednesday July 2, 2014.

    Great weather for the farmers.

    Howe Sound July 2 Nd, 18:00 Hrs.

    Bike park was busy on Wednesday.

    July 3, 2014; 06:30 Hrs.

    July 3, 2014; 18:30 Hrs.

    Sunrise this morning, clouds are moving in.


Weather Observations for July 4, 2014; taken at 06:00 HRS.

2180 meters        +3, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the NNE
1835 meters        +3, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the E
1550 meters        +5, RH 89%
  660 meters        +7, Valley temperature, Max Temp Yest + 21.5



For the Forecast, a warm front is moving East as the low pressure continues to spill cloud into the area in a Southwesterly flow aloft.  Cloudy skies today, increasing this evening as a cold front (Occluded Front) moves into the zone for Saturday bringing cloudy skies and light precipitation. The rain should be short lived as the upper ridge in the Pacific bounces back bringing sunny skies and warmer temperatures into the area for Sunday afternoon into Wednesday. A trough is expected to bring some moisture to the area on Wednesday, but that is a ways off. Still a good chance the high pressure will prevail into the end of the week with some convective cloud development.

    As of 07:00 hrs we have a stratus layer with cirrus cloud above. Unlimited visibility at 2240 meters.



    Moisture heading our way for Friday evening into Saturday.

    Satellite image from 07:00 Hrs this am.




    North Pacific as of 17:00 Hrs July 2, 2014.

    Satellite image from July 3, 2014, more cloud in our zone.



Video Fridays:

Hardtail Session: Chris Atrigg

Welcome snowstorm hits: Austalia

Torgariro Snow Conditions: New Zealand

Rock Climbing and Skiing: Via Ferrata

Skier survives Thredbo avalanche: Buried for over an hour

The Beer Fridge-O Canada: Molson Canadian

Big Wave Skiing: Hawaii




Articles:

Minimalist Approach to warmth: MEC Helium 250

Road to the Sun finally opens: July 2, 2014

How to Survive an Avalanche: Confessions of a preparer

Global warming meltdown in the Rockies: Colorado






    Narin Falls pumping July 2 Nd.

             
                             Water everywhere!!

   Clouds at the top of Currie yesterday, 2591 meters. Ts'zil in the St'at'imcets language.

    Skydiving into the airport in Pemberton.

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