10 May 2015

May 10, 2015

    First light Saturday May 9, 2015--High cirrus cloud to the Southwest.

    A slight ripple on Green Lake early Saturday morning.

    Blackcomb looking smooth.

   Alpha and Seratus, part of the Tantalus Group. Wikapedia

    Cirrus Cloud thickened as the day progressed.

Weather Observations for May 10, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters    +3, Winds were 25-35 KPH from the SSE
1835 meters    +7, Winds were 15-25 KPH from the ESE
1650 meters    +6, No new snow, Base 150 cm, relative humidity is 56%
  660 meters    +4, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +24.7.

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

For the forecast, an upper level low offshore will move onto the coast this afternoon with an increasing amount of cloud and showers to light rain expected by this evening. The low will slowly move Southeast tonight through Tuesday. A series of lows are expected to bring showery weather to our area for most of the week. There will be periods of light rain at times , likely at night. Freezing levels will remain in the 2700-3000 meter range over the next few days.

    Southerly flow aloft bringing moisture into our zone.

    Showers later in the day to rain this evening.

    Showers Monday afternoon with rain Monday night.

    Low is well South by Tuesday, but still spinning moisture our way.

    Unsettled with showers for Wednesday.


Thrill-Seekers head to Tuckermans Ravine: Mount Washington, N.H.

Another avalanche has happened near Langtang Valley: Nepal

Today's weather from: Avalanche Canada

Search suspended in Nepal village due to avalanches: Langtang

                                Jet stream for today.

    Mt Habrich, Anif Peak, and Sky Pilot Peak

    Snow will be gone at the top of the Garbo soon.

    Green looking towards Squamish from the lookout.

   Very quiet at 20:30 Hours Saturday evening.

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