15 Oct 2014

October 15, 2014

    Five people die in an avalanche, including 4 Canadians, in Nepal. Story Below.    Internet Image

    Avalanche near Naar, Nepal has killed three people. Article below.                        Internet Image

    Tuesday morning, fresh snow in the Alpine. October 14, 2014.

    Cold front passed through our zone Monday/Tuesday morning. Low of -4 at 04:30 Hours Oct 14.

    Snow line slowly moved down the mountain Tuesday.

Weather observations for October 15, 2014; taken at 06:00 Hrs.

2240 meters        -1, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the SSE
1860 meters         0, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the SSW
1550 meters       +2, Relative Humidity 93%
  660 meters       +5, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest was +11.3, 5.8 mm of precip.

For the forecast, a vigorous upper level trough in a unstable Southerly flow will affect our zone today with light rain this morning, easing to showers later today. An unsettled day for tomorrow. An off shore front will move in for Thursday evening with more precipitation expected into Friday. This front will move East by Saturday morning as a weak ridge builds bringing unsettled weather into Sunday. At this time Sunday is also looking unsettled. More on the weekend in Friday's post.

    Looks unsettled for Thursday.

    Good chance of some nice weather for Sunday.


Earth just experienced the warmest six month-stretch ever recorded: NASA

Pentagon signals security risks of climate change: New York Times

Three persons killed after an avalanche near Naar Village: Nepal

Five people killed in an avalanche including 4 Canadians: Phu, Nepal

Blizzard and avalanches create havoc in Nepal: Cyclone Hudhud

    Image from Monday, system brought the first significant snow amounts to the alpine. FL at 1700 M

                    Image of Typhoon Vongfong

    Snow down to 1800 meters on Tuesday.

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