20 May 2015

May 20, 2015

    Dew on the windscreen early Tuesday morning May 19, 2015.

    Bluebird in the morning hours.

    Meager group Tuesday late morning.

    Convective cloud development in the afternoon.

    Tuesday evening.

    Well after sunset.

Weather Observations for May 20, 2015: taken at 05:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +6, Winds were 5-10 KPH from the SE
1835 meters      +7, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the NNE
1650 meters      +6, No new snow, Base 102 cm, relative humidity is 80%
  660 meters      +6, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +24.8. 0.8 mm of precip recorded Tues.

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

For the forecast, blocked upper level pattern will prevail into early next week with the very weak onshore flow switching slightly to a Northerly flow for today. The surface trough of low pressure and the area of high pressure are in limbo. Unsettled conditions will prevail with mostly sunny skies in the morning, convective cloud development in the afternoons with the chance of some isolated rain showers. A weak upper low will slide by the coast on Friday with increasing cloud and some light rain forecasted for the afternoon. Saturday the pattern returns with unsettled conditions into early next week.

    High pressure is bringing mostly sunny skies to the area for today.

    Still moisture close by for Wednesday.

    Fairly dry on Thursday.

    Low moves down the coast on Friday.


Avalanche on Mount Huntington: Matthew Morris

Western US power generation will be impacted by climate change: Science Daily

Slid shallow but still deadly: Jackson Hole

    Heading West.

    Downtown Pemberton.

    Dew on the Big Sky Golf Course.

    Big picture Tuesday evening, lots of stratus cloud over the ocean.

    Grazing Buffalo.

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