28 Feb 2015

February 28 2015

    Avalanche toll rises in Afghanistan. Update below.                                                             AP Photo

    By 08:00 Hours Friday February 27, 2015 it was looking unsettled.

    Still have some snow guns operating.   February 27, 2015                                      Steve Reid Pic

                      Dusting from Wednesday still evident under Wizard chair.  Steve Reid Pic

    Alpen Glow Friday night.

    Sunset February 27, 2015.

   Getting ready for today.

Weather Observations for February 28, 2015; taken at 06:00 Hours.

2240 meters      -11, Winds were 20-35 KPH from the E
2180 meters      -10, Winds were 40-65 KPH from the ?
1860 meters       -8, Winds were 20-25 KPH from the SW
1835 meters       -7, Winds were 5-20 KPH from the SW
1650 meters       -7, No new new snow, Base 144 cm
1550 meters       -6, No new new snow, Base 109 cm,  Relative Humidity 5%.
  660 meters       -4, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +7.7

    As of 07:30 Hours we have clear skies ad unlimited visibility.

For the Forecast, a strong upper ridge and weak offshore flow will bring sunny skies to the area for today. A very weak front will brush by Sunday afternoon with unsettled conditions. Freezing levels should max out at 1500 meters and drop slightly during the evenings over the weekend. Monday will see the ridge strengthen and bring sunny conditions in a Northerly flow with  the FL maxing out at around 1200 meters and dropping to the surface in the evening and early morning. This pattern will persist into Thursday. Hopefully by next weekend we will see a pattern change. In the mean time just enjoy the sun and suck up some vitamin D. 

    Surface High and Ocean High for today.

    Lots of moisture around for Sunday.

   Cooler and a Northerly flow for Monday.

     Can you say Omega Block. Monday through Wednesday.


Jumbo Avalanche--A Year Later: Montana Kaimin

The Devil in the Details: Pistehors.com

No Respite for Afghanistan as avalanche dead crosses 230: TurkishTimes

Go Pro footage of a ski instructor getting buried in an avalanche: Ski & Snowboard

Afghan Avalanches Death Toll rises above 250: Iran Times

    Sunrise at 20 deg 43.0167 N  156 Deg 26.2950 W  yesterday morning.

   Size 2 Lava Slabs

    Yard Sale

    Air Time.

    Happy Times                                                                                                        Suze Cumming Pic

    Last sunset from this location for a while.

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