30 Nov 2014

November 30, 2014

    Early Saturday am, strong outflow with frigid temperatures. Spindrift promoting reverse loading.

    Lots of snow being moved around on Wedge.

    Awesome temperatures for making cold snow at the bottom of the Mountains.

    Sunset yesterday at around 16:15.

Weather observations for November 30, 2014, taken at 06:00 Hours this am.

2240 meters      -12, No wind data
2180 meters      -10, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the S
1860 meters        -9, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the E
1835 meters      -13, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the W
1650 meters      -14, No new snow, Base 55 cm
1550 meters      -13, Relative Humidity 72%
  660 meters      -13, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yest -8.5

    Clear skies, unlimited visibility this am. Image taken at 07:30 Hrs.

For the forecast, the cold air mass embedded in our area will give us cool dry weather into mid week. We can expect a gradual warming trend to develop early in the week with freezing levels moderating and rising to 1200 meters by Wednesday. A weak front should move on shore by Thursday with cloudy conditions. Friday is looking like a snow day with light snow expected above 800 meters. 

    Very cold yesterday.

    Moisture to the North and South.

    We are in a bit of a dry hole!!

    GFS model showing some clouds moving in on Wednesday.


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    Valley temps were prime for making copious whales!!

    There will be a ribbon of snow right to the valley in no time!!

    Frozen ground on the Four Lakes Trail in Squamish.

    Mount Garibaldi was looking spectacular yesterday.

    Some snow in Squamish.

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