19 May 2015

May 19, 2015

    Update on Mt Moran avalanche in article section below:                                               TGR Photo

    Whistler at 06:00 Hours Monday May 18, 2015.

    Cloudy with some breaks early Monday.

    Sunrise in Pemberton yesterday morning.

    Large convective cloud development yesterday afternoon in the Upper Lillooet.

    There were some isolated showers in the corridor Monday afternoon.

    Monday evening.

    Sunset Monday evening.

Weather Observations for May 19, 2015: taken at 05:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +5, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the W
1835 meters      +6, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the E
1650 meters      +5, No new snow, Base 1o5 cm, relative humidity is 90%
  660 meters      +6, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +20.9. 0.2 mm of precip recorded Mon.

    As of 05:45 this am we have clear skies and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, low level onshore flow will maintain unsettled conditions into Friday. We can expect fairly sunny days with with some convective cloud development later in the day with a slight chance of some showers. Friday evening the threat of rain will increase as a weak low pressure moves into the area for Saturday.

    High pressure should keep the low to the East of our area.

    Clouds will form later in the day on Wednesday. On the edge of the high and low still.

   Thursday will limey be the warmest day.


Update on Mt. Moran avalanche tragedy: Teton Gravity Research

Solo Avalanche Safety: Earn Your Turns

Tuckerman's Mini Avalanche: You Tube

Update on Nepal Earthquakes: Kathmandu

    Late Monday afternoon.

    Big picture.

    Mount Currie.

    Big Sky early morning.

    Lillooet River.

    White cows.

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