19 Jun 2015

June 19, 2015

    June 16, 2015 early Morning.

    Pelion and Ossa Peaks.  June 16, 2015.

    Early June 17, 2015.

    Evening June 17, 2015.

    First Drop on Nairn Falls. June 17, 2015.

    Slalok Mountain on the Duffy Lake Road, Wednesday.

    Cloudy skies Thursday morning June 18, 2015. We could use some rain!!!

    Rain imminent on Thursday afternoon looking at the Tantalus Range.

    Much needed precipitation Thursday evening.

    Satellite image from same time frame as above picture.

Weather Observations for June 19, 2015: taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters          0, Winds were 35-45 KPH from the SSW
1835 meters        +2, Winds were 25-40 KPH from the SSW
1650 meters        +4, Relative humidity is 90%
  660 meters      +10, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yest was +20,8. 3.2 mm of precip was recorded Yest.

To date we have had 6.0 mm of precipitation since June 1, 2015 at the Nester's Weather Stn.      

   As of 07:00 Hours this am we have overcast skies, variable visibility and it is snowing lightly.

For the forecast, a weak upper level low will slowly move Southward today bringing mostly cloudy skies this morning, we can expect isolated showers as the air mass is moist and somewhat unstable with more frequent breaks as the day progresses. Westerly flow aloft for today with a shift to Northwest flow by Saturday.  A weak ridge will begin to form Saturday for unsettled conditions improving later in the day with more sun. The ridge strengthens on Sunday for warmer temperatures and sunny skies. A weak upper level trough will bring a slight chance of some isolated showers for Monday with unsettled conditions into Tuesday. The ridge will likely build for Wednesday with very warm temperatures but more on that in Monday's post.

    Low will spin clouds our way as it slides South.

    Unsettled with some isolated rain showers.

    Clouds in the morning improving through the day.

    Sunny and warm for Sunday.

    Warm air to the South will likely move into BC if the high builds mid next week.


Long boarder hits a deer: Ozarks

Kayaker having a bad day: Scotland

Drone used to monitor sharks offshore: California

Triggering avalanches with tanks: Washington State


Alps Glaciers melting quickly: Pistehors.com

New avalanche control methods to reduce closures near Revelstoke: DOT

Avalanches continue to disrupt body recovery effort in Langtang Village: Nepal

Whistler Blackcomb to conduct snowmaking pilot project on Horstman Glacier: Whistler

Alaskan Glaciers make large contribution to global sea level rise: Science Daily

Its dumping in New Zealand: Avalanche risk high

    Mount Fee June 16, 2015. Eroded volcano--2,162 meters at the peak.

    Mount Garibaldi June 16, 2015. Largest strata volcano in Southern B.C. at 2678 meters.

    Female Harlequin Ducks on Brandywine Creek.

    Stocking Nita Lake with some nice sized Rainbow Trout on Wednesday.

   1500 hungry fish released into the Lake.

    Fairly nice size for catch and release.

    Top of Nairn Falls June 17, 2015.

    Rohr Ridge Wednesday June 17, 2015. Duffy Lake Road. A few avalanche paths!!

    Clouds building to the West on Thursday morning.

    The barrier holding back Garibaldi Lake. Thursday June 18, 2015.

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