29 Sept 2014

September 29, 2014

Drove to the ISSW in Banff Sunday, great weather for a beautiful drive across the Province. We do live in an amazing place!!

    Saturday morning September 27, 2014. Once above the cloud layer it was an awesome morning.

    Fall colours are just beginning to get nice.

    Flora and Fauna along the Fraser River north of Lillooet. Sunday morning.

    Snow in the higher elevations in the Rockies. September 28, 2014. Mount Temple- 3544 meters.

    Avalanche Shed near Rogers Pass.

Weather observations for September 29, 2014; taken at 06:00 Hrs.

2240 meters        +3, Winds were 20-30 KPH form the S
2180 meters        +5, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the E
1550 meters        +9, Relative Humidity 70%
  660 meters        +8, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest +23.1

Today we will see cloudy skies with light precipitation stating this morning as an upper trough moves into our zone in a Westerly flow with an associated cold front. As the front moves East we will see showery weather in its wake until Tuesday, with unsettled conditions. There are inconsistencies in the models but a weak upper ridge should begin to bring unsettled weather for Wednesday. Another trough should dip down into our zone for more rain into Thursday and Friday. As of now Saturday is looking unsettled. More on that Friday! We should see snow in the upper elevations Tuesday morning.

Lawsuit Against Vail Resorts Allowed by Colorado Judge: Insurance Journal

Dozens of injured hikers remain trapped on Japanese Volcano: 1ClickNews

Update on avalanche on Shisha Pangma: Pakistan News

ISSW Conference begins today: Banff, Alberta

While the Arctic is melting the Gulf Stream remains the same: Science Daily

Rescuers forced to halt efforts on Mount Ontake: Japan

    Some colour Saturday morning, Sunrise.

    Lillooet Lake Sunday morning.

   East end of Castle Mountain in some great late day light Sunday Afternoon. Sawback Range.

    What you looking at!!

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