12 Sept 2014

September 12, 2014

    Earthquake Induced Avalanche, information in articles below.                       Earth Observatory Pic

    First light September 8, 2014. Awesome day, it did eventually rain, 1.2 mm fell at Nester's Stn.

    At around 17:00 Hours the clouds became angry and it did rain for a while.

    Just on the edge of the nasty clouds, image taken at the same time as the rain event.

    Sunrise Tuesday September 9, 2014; unsettled conditions.

    Tantalus Range cloudy Tuesday morning.

    Very calm Howe Sound Wednesday morning.

    Inflow Wednesday afternoon in Squamish, felt like 20 knots.

    Not many clouds in the sky Wednesday morning, sunrise; September 10, 2014.

    Sunrise Thursday morning, September 11, 2014. Cooler temperatures in the alpine, -1 at 2180 M.

   Alpen glow at sunset Thursday evening. Smoke to the North! Fire in Felix Creek!

Weather observations for September 12, 2014; taken at 06:00 Hrs.

2180 meters        +6, Winds were 15-25 KPH from the WNW
1835 meters        +6, Winds were 5-15 KPH form the ESE
1650 meters        +5, Relative Humidity 45 %
  660 meters        +4, Valley Temperature, Max Temp yest +21.5

For the forecast, high pressure aloft will maintain a dry and slow warming pattern into early next week. Some cloud in the area this am but it should dissipate later this morning. We have been experiencing incredibly nice weather in the Pacific Northwest this summer. Models are in disagreement to a change possibly coming on Wednesday, but as of now it looks like clouds could move in as soon as Tuesday evening early Wednesday morning. More on that subject Monday.

    High pressure aloft maintains its dominance of the weather pattern.

    Big picture from yesterday afternoon.

Video Friday:

Volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea: Cool Shockwave

Unicycling Moab: Balancing on the edge

Wingsuit Base Jumping: Switzerland

FMX Crash: Ouch

Skateboarder appreciates his helmet: Another Ouch


Another winter prediction: Powderchasers.com

Job posting for an Avalanche Programs Specialist: Kabul, Afghanistan

1,000,000,000 Lightning sources in 1 hour recently: Southern Ontario, Need to harvest that energy!!

Research Paper on Compression and Shear loading in Snow: India

Earthquake Induced Avalanche: Earth Observatory

$182.5 million for Park City Ski Resort: SAM

    Duffy Lake looking very green. Glacial silt from Van Horlick Creek.                  Doug Tuck Photo

    Looking Northwest early Monday morning.

    Strong wind Tuesday afternoon in Squamish.

    Pylon Peak: Some info on the area

   There are some wide cracks on many glacial features in our area.

    Mature dragonfly.

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