26 May 2015

May 26, 2015

    Cloudy and light rain early Monday May 25, 2015.

    looking at Mount Currie.

    Multi layered cloud early Monday morning.

    Whistler later in the afternoon.

    Looking South later in the afternoon.

    Some improvement Monday evening.

    Stratus layer began creeping into the valley by 21:00 hours.

Weather Observations for May 26, 2015: taken at 05:00 Hours.

2180 meters      +4, Winds were 15-30 KPH from the S
1835 meters      +4, Winds were 0-5 KPH from the S
1650 meters      +5, No new snow, Base 58 cm, relative humidity is 100%
  660 meters    +11, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +14.3, 4.2 mm recorded on Mon.

    As of 06:00 Hours we have a thick stratus cloud layer to 1900 meters and unlimited visibility.

For the forecast, mostly cloudy this morning as the surface ridge maintains moist low level onshore flow. The low to our Southeast is slowly moving away. We may see unsettled conditions later today as the stratus layer lifts with convective cloud development and the chance of some showers. Weaker onshore flow for Wednesday and a building high pressure over the Pacific will give us a mix of sun and cloud with warmer temperatures. Thursday through the weekend looks dry and warm with mostly sunny skies and some convective cloud development.

    Low pressure is quasi stationary.

   Low is slowly moving Eastward.

    High pressure is starting to push into our area.

    May still see some cloud for Wednesday but mostly warm sunny weather.

    High pressure strengthens into the weekend.


Nepal struggles to rebuild one month after earthquake: Kathmandu

Has the last human trekked to the North pole: National Geographic

Avalanche danger in the Alps: Planet Ski

    Early Monday morning.

    Monday evening.

    Mostly cloud.

    Ryan River.

    Crops were liking the moisture yesterday.

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