4 Sept 2015

September 4, 2015

    Can Volcanoes change the weather??  Story in Article Section below.                 Henri Leduc Photo

    Very early September 1, 2015 A break in the deluge. 4.4 mm of rain recorded at 660 meters.

    Cold low September 2, 2015

    September 2, 2015 There is snow in them there hills. 1.6 mm of rain recorded at 660 meters.

    September 3, 2015

The last few days of August brought enough rain (75.6 mm) to bring the monthly total to 94.8 mm, the wettest August in the past 10 years.  In August 2014 we had 2.8 mm of rain, which was the driest August in the past 10 years. Another wet August was in 2008, we had 86.8 mm. All this data comes from the Nester's Weather Station at 660 meters.

Weather Observations for September 4, 2015: taken at 05:00 Hours.

2180 meters      -2, Winds were 10-25 KPH from the WSW
1835 meters       0, Winds were 5-15 KPH from the ESE
1650 meters     +1, Relative Humidity 100%
  660 meters     +6, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +11.6, 1.6 of rain recorded at 660M Yest

    As of 06:00 hrs this am we have overcast skies with limited visibility and there is snow at 1835 M.

For the forecast, the low continues to bring cool unstable conditions to our zone. Unsettled weather for today as the low slowly moves South this morning. A weak upper level ridge will build for Saturday with another weak front moving through Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon looks unsettled with a mix of sun and cloud, possibly some showers. Monday is looking like another nice day but more on that on Monday as the models are not in agreement. Very difficult forecasting conditions with a cold low over our area this time of the year.

    Low hung around Southern BC Thursday, will move South today, slowly.

    Looking like unsettled conditions for today.

    High will have some influence on Saturday.

    Unsettled Sunday, nicer in the afternoon.

    As of now Monday could be a nice day, but another trough may make an appearance.


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    Rivers were very high on Monday.

    Pemberton Meadows, brief break in the weather Tuesday.

    Wednesday looking up at Mount Currie.

    Water has been poring out of the mountains.

    Many cloud layers Thursday afternoon, with some rain showers.

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