15 Mar 2015

March 15, 2015

    Saturday March 14, 2015--Snowing and blowing at 07:30 Hours.

    Saturday morning, valley view.

    Stopped snowing around noon on Saturday. Max winds yesterday at 2240 meters were 140 KPH.

    Flurries around 14:30 Hours.

    Some sunny breaks late Saturday afternoon.

    Later in the day.

    Just before sunset on Saturday.

Weather Observations for March 15, 2015; taken at 06:00 Hours.

2240 meters     -8, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the SE
2180 meters     -6, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the SE
1860 meters     -3, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the E
1835 meters     -3, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the NNE
1650 meters     -3, 1 cm of new snow, 9 cm in 24 hours, Base 150 cm
1550 meters     -1, No new snow, Base 105 cm,  Relative Humidity 78%. 
  660 meters      0, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +10.8, 13.1 mm of precip  for Saturday.

   As of 07:00 Hours we have cloudy skies and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, we can expect a mostly cloudy day with very light precipitation later in the day. The freezing level will hover around 1400 meters in a Southwesterly flow aloft.(dropping to 1000 meters tonight).  The majority of the precipitation from the low will be to the south of our area. A short lived surface high will begin to build early Monday morning bringing sunny skies by the afternoon then clouding over into the evening (FL ranging from 1200-1700 meters). Tuesday will also see mostly cloudy skies with some light precipitation later in the day. As of now Wednesday is looking unsettled with some isolated showers and a FL ranging from 1500-2000 meters. The models are still out of sync, so the forecast is bound to change quickly during the week. Guesstimates: Trace to 3 cm above surface for Monday morning, Trace to 3 cm by Wednesday morning above 1500 meters.

    Satellite image from noon on Saturday.

    Most of the moisture was just South of our area, so close!!

    Flow for the day.

    Bulk of the precipitation to our South.

    On the edge.

    Short lived high pressure for Monday.

    Moisture moving in for later on Tuesday.


13 Avalanches hit Dagestan's Tsuntinsky District: Russia

Will March bring snow to the BC Coastal Mountains: Arcteryx Blog

Beaver Creek patrol tryouts: March 22-28

Scarpa recalls F1 Evo Boot: EarnYourTurns

3 injured as an avalanche strikes Tral Village: Srinagar, India

    Wedge Mountain late Saturday afternoon.

    Looking into the valley from Ptarmigan run on Whistler Saturday afternoon.                   GT Photo

    Recent pow skiing in Ashaidake Japan                                                                 Brad Klass Photo

   Recent Paragliding at 5000 meters in Nepal.                                                          Jim Orava Photo

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