26 Sept 2016

September 26, 2016

                Last weeks weather, this weeks forecast and some interesting articles.

    Monday afternoon, September 19, 2016--5.1 mm of rain recorded at 660 meters.

    Monday south of Vancouver island.

    Fresh snow Tuesday September 20, 2016.

    Image from Tuesday morning.

    Tuesday afternoon.

    Wednesday September 21, 2016--Last day of summer.

    Satellite image Wednesday Morning.

    Wednesday evening Swartz Bay.

    Thursday morning September 22, 2016.

    Thursday afternoon, some cloud development with the front just offshore.

    Tantalus Range tantalising us with some freshies!!

    Squamish Docks--Thursday afternoon. New East dock finished, click here for info

    Friday September 23, 2016--snowing +1 at 1835 meters.

    Friday morning.

   Quiet day Friday, 3.1 mm of rain recorded at 660 meters.

    Cloudy Friday afternoon. Rain eased off.

    Saturday Sept 24, 2016. Stratus layer below with a high cirrus layer above. 0 Degrees at 7 am.

    Saturday morning.

    Status layer lifted by the afternoon on Saturday.

    Clouds continued to build Saturday afternoon, trace of rain recorded Saturday evening at 660 M.

    Sunday September 25, 2016. Overcast +4 Deg at 07:00 Hrs.

    Sunday morning, Surface high should push North by late afternoon.

    Sunday September 25, Sunrise was at 07:03-Sunset at 19:03. 12 hours of day 12 hours of night.

   Some breaks Sunday afternoon, despite the morning drizzle only 0.3 mm of rain recorded at 660 M.

Weather Observations for September 26, 2016: taken at 07:00 Hours.

2180 meters     +7, Winds were 30-40 KPH SSW        --Whistler Peak
1835 meters   +11, Winds were 15-35 KPH SSW        --Roundhouse
1550 meters     +8, RH 76%  0.0 mm of rain in 12 Hrs --Catskinner
  660 meters     +6, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +14.9 0.3 mm of Precip recorded yest

    As of 07:00 hrs this am we have broken cloud and unlimited visibility. There is an inversion.

    Update--Satellite Image as of 08:30 am shows the front winning out. Getting cloudier this am.

For the forecast, unsettled- lingering cloud early this morning dissipating quickly as a surface ridge of high pressure builds in the area bringing warm temperatures to the area as an offshore flow continues. The front is speeding up so there is a chance of cloud building during the day as well, the high may loose out. The flow will switch Monday afternoon allowing the onshore flow to bring in a weak cold front, chance of some spotty rain showers to the area Monday night.  Likely some cloud Tuesday morning with an upper level trough offshore and the ridge rebuilding, sunny by the afternoon.  The ridge strengthens Wednesday into Friday with slightly cooler temperatures but sunny skies. Some inconsistencies in the models for the weekend, but as of now it looks like a cool trough moves onto the coast Friday into Saturday, with a cool moist front bringing snow to the upper elevations. Snow line could drop to mid mountain elevations by Saturday into Sunday. More on that mid week, will post an update on Wednesday.

    High builds for Monday am. Some lingering cloud. Cold front moves onshore later in the pm.

    A short lived cold front Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning.

    Some lingering cloud Tuesday morning with the ridge building for the afternoon.

    High pressure Wednesday.

    Another nice day Thursday with the low getting closer.

    Low should bring cloud to the area by Friday. Will update forecast for the weekend on Wed/Thurs.

    Upper Level trough pushing through on Saturday into early next week. Cooler temps as well.

    Moisture moving through the zone on Sunday into Monday.

Have lost two of my advertisers this fall so far, if anyone has any company contacts that may have an interest in placing an advertisement on the blog please e mail me at wwflann@me.com. If I cannot find enough support to generate some revenue, 5 years of hard work and archived information may come to an end. Any ideas would be appreciated!!


Know before you go: Whistler Traveller

Arc'teryx Voltair Airbag Backback--Technical Review: Backcountry Skiing Blog

Snow & Avalanche Workshop schedule: Mammut

Snow Science workshop returns to Breckenridge after 24 years: ISSW

Backcountry ski gear reviews: BackcountryskiingCanada

Silverton Ski Patrol score early season Face Shots: Colorado

    Snowing at 1835 meters on Monday.

    Cumulus Clouds developing over Juan de Fuca Strait Tuesday.

    Sunset Wednesday Night, Gulf Islands.

    Thursday--Will Cruise Ships ever visit Squamish?--You would hope so!!!--Mostly industrial now.

    Cloudy day Friday.

    Saturday morning, Ipsoot Mtn.

    Saturday afternoon.

    Sunday morning, overcast and drizzle. Took all day for the high pressure to have some affect.

    Monday am, Warmer temperatures have melted most of the snow at 1835 meters.

No comments:

Post a Comment