1 Dec 2014

December 1, 2014

    Another great day Sunday, November 30, 2014.

    Snow guns are pumping out some high quality snow.

    Looking towards Cowboy Ridge.

    Should have a track down here soon.

    Sun going down Saturday at 15:45 Sunday. Official sunset was at 16:15.

Weather observations for December 1, 2014, taken at 06:00 Hours this am.

2240 meters      -13, No wind data
2180 meters      -13, Winds were 25-30 KPH from the SSW
1860 meters      -10, Winds were 15-20 KPH from the E?
1835 meters      -10, Winds were 10-25 KPH from the SSW
1650 meters      -10, No new snow, Base 50 cm
1550 meters        -9, Relative Humidity 60% Base 30 cm
  660 meters      -12, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yest -7.9

    As of 07:00 hrs this am we have high cloud and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, cold dry conditions in a Northwest flow aloft will continue today into Wednesday. A very weak trough to the Northwest will spill cloud into the area today.  On Tuesday/Wednesday mostly sunny conditions will prevail with the threat of minimum cloud development. Still looks like some cloud will move in on Thursday with some snow flurries in the evening. Light snow for Friday is a good possibility. Freezing levels will slowly moderate and rise to 1600 meters by Wednesday evening. This trend will continue into Thursday with limits hovering around 1800 meters.

    Interior high still dominating, with some cloud moving in from a weak trough to the Northwest.

   We will likely see very light snow out of this model for Friday.

    Surface High is dominating the weather pattern until at least Wednesday.

    Satellite image from Yesterday afternoon.

    The big picture shows moisture in the Pacific. Should see some snow by Friday.


Can you please help Fraser with his project by filling in Survey: AVYSTICK

January-October 2014 temperatures highest on record: Science Daily

Accident Report on Henderson Peak Avalanche Fatality: Avalanche.org

Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain - Dangerous Assumptions: Keegan Kilman

Snow report from the French Alps: Pistehors.com

    Thin layers of ice along the River of Golden dreams.

    Now that's a whale of a whale!

    Snow guns working to establish a ski out to the town centre.

    Amazing how much snow WB is making with these temperatures.

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