11 May 2015

May 11, 2015

    New avalanche activity has stopped rescue operations in Langtang Village, stories below-Net Pic

    Very early medieval out of the Whistler clinic May 10Th. (05:00 Hrs)

    Sunrise Sunday morning.

    Cloudburst Mountain May 10, 2015.

    Clouds began to thicken around 12:00 Hours.

    Tricouni Peak Sunday later in the afternoon.

    Sunday evening.

Weather Observations for May 11, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters    +3, Winds were 10-20 KPH from the NW
1835 meters    +5, Winds were 15-20 KPH from the WSW
1650 meters    +5, No new snow, Base 145 cm, relative humidity is 81%
  660 meters    +8, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +22.7.

    As of 06:00 Hours this am we have broken cloud and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, the low to the South is moving inland but there is still chance of some isolated showers in the area for today, as it spins cloud our way in a Southerly Flow. The air mass is slightly unstable so there is a chance of some thunderstorms.  Unsettled conditions will prevail for the week with a chance of showers each day, some days cloudier than others. Another low to the North will move into the area mid week.  Models are in disagreement to the timing and amount of precipitation. The freezing level will be well above the local peaks this week.

    Low is moving inland over Oregon.

    As the low to the South moves East the low to the North will continue the unsettled cycle.

     Low moves down the BC coast this week.


Ski Cutting Pigeon Peak, Colorado: May 9, 2015

Rescue work suspended after avalanches hit Northern Region: Kathmandu

10 million dollars sent o Nepal from Australia: Reuters

Summerize your sled: Mountain Sledder

Update as fresh avalanches paralyse search operations in Nepal's Langtang area: Kathmandu

    Sunday evening.

    Moon early Sunday morning.

    Cloudy later in the afternoon.

    The new scar on the Chief.

    Very green in Whistler Creek.

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