6 May 2015

May 6, 2015

    Monday May 5, 2015- Cloudy skies with a ceiling down to about 1000 meters.

    Snow line came down to 1000 meters with pockets of wind blown snow in the alpine up to 20 cm.

    There were a few breaks in the cloud as the morning progressed.

    Convective cloud development in the afternoon with isolated showers.

    Just before sunset Monday evening.

Weather Observations for May 6, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters     -5, Winds were 25-40 KPH from the NNW
1835 meters     -2, Winds were 0-10 KPH from the S
1650 meters     -2, Trace of new snow, Base 169 cm, relative humidity is 97%
  660 meters    +1, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +9.8. 0.6 mm recorded on Tuesday.

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

For the forecast, the upper low is just Southeast of our region so it will spin some cloud at us today. A Northerly flow aloft will likely keep the cloud to a minimum with mostly sunny skies, especially by this afternoon. The upper level ridge developing in the Northwest Pacific will bring sunny skies to the area for Thursday into Sunday. The freezing level today will rise to 2200 meters and slowly increase in the next few days topping out at around 3200 meters by Saturday into Sunday. Another low pressure system may affect our area by Monday or Tuesday. Get out the sun screen.

    Some thin scattered cloud this morning.

    There is some moisture to the East but hopefully it will move Eastward.

    Thursday the ridge begins to strengthen.

    Nice looking day for Friday.

    Saturday is looking very dry. Temps likely to reach the low 20's.


Bad weather in Nepal cuts link to Avalanche-Hit village of Langtang: Kathmandu

Remote assessment of Avalanche Risk: Science Daily

Cataclysmic avalanches that have affected humanity in the past 25 years: India Today

Death toll reaches 7,652 as rescue operations wind down: Kathmandu

    Early Monday afternoon, lots of convective cells.

    System was tracking Southeast of our area.

    Green lake early Monday morning.
    Alpha lake.

    Large convective clouds over Howe Sound Monday afternoon.

    Around 18:00 Hours yesterday there were lots of showers along Hwy 99.

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