20 Nov 2014

November 20, 2014

    Sunrise Wednesday morning, Phalanx Ridge.

    Frozen water still around in shaded areas.

    Even with the +4 C temperatures there was still ice near the Cheakamus River.

    Cloudy conditions on Wednesday afternoon.

    These clouds remind me of snow on the way.

    Just after sundown on Green Lake November 19, 2014.

Weather observations for November 20, 2014; taken at 06:00 Hours.

2240 meters       -4, Winds were 35-50 KPH from the S
1860 meters       -3, Winds were 10-30 KPH from the S
1550 meters    -0.5,  Relative Humidity 96 %
  660 meters        0, Valley Temperature, Max Temp Yest was +3.8, Trace of precip

For the forecast,  a cold front passed the area early this morning and a weak low pressure system in a Westerly flow will slowly move over our zone today. A stronger front will move in tomorrow with steady light precipitation and another cold front moving through Friday evening. Looks like the brunt of the moisture will be South but we could get 10-15 cm of snow tomorrow. The weekend will bring a wet unsettled pattern with a stronger front on Sunday. Models are in disagreement for the medium range forecast. More intel by tomorrow. Guesstimates: 2-4 cm Today, 10-15 cm tomorrow, trace during the day Saturday. Freezing levels will hover around 1400 meters today and slowly drop to 1000 meters by Friday evening.

    As of 07:00 hours this am it is snowing lightly, overcast with limited visibility at 1860 meters.


6 Signs of exposure: Avalanche Safety Blog

Skier's push for Bend Avalanche Forecast Center: Oregon

Snowmobiler's push safety as machines become more powerful: Calgary Herald

Snowfall gives hope to Southwest Ski Resorts: National News

    Forest Floor Hoar.

    Amazing how this can disrupt soil and Flora.

    Still some ice on Balls to the Walls Falls.

No comments:

Post a Comment