29 Sept 2016

September 29, 2016

    Sherpa missing after an avalanche hits an expedition in Nepal, story below.                        Net Pic

    September 27, 2016 Love Fall!!

    Colours are starting to come out.

    Tuesday afternoon.

    Wednesday September 28, 2016 +2 Deg at 1835 Meters at 07:00 Hrs

    Wednesday Morning.

    Another awesome fall day.

    Wednesday afternoon 18:00 Hrs not a cloud to be found!!

    Big picture Wednesday afternoon. Low slowly moving down the coast.

    Rubble Creek--Daisy Lake.

    Thursday morning September 29, 2016.

Weather Observations for September 29, 2016: taken at 07:00 Hours.

2180 meters    +4, Winds were 10-15 KPH S           --Whistler Peak
1835 meters    +4, Winds were     0-5 KPH ENE      --Roundhouse
1550 meters    +4, RH 40%  0.0 mm of rain this am --Catskinner
  660 meters      0, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +19.2 0.0 mm of Precip recorded yest

   Thursday September 29, 2016 this am, high scattered cirrus cloud and unlimited visibility.

    Sunrise Thursday morning. Officiaally at 07:09 Hours.

For the forecast, high pressure again for today with cooler temperatures at night and warm temps during the day, in a dry Southwest flow aloft. Friday is also looking like a nice fall day but we are likely to see some cloud development in the afternoon. Upper level trough pushes through on Saturday with some light precipitation and dropping freezing levels, brunt of the precip will fall during the night. Freezing level will drop to around 1800 meters. Sunday is looking unsettled as the low moves South, cloudy in the morning with nice weather returning by Sunday afternoon. Unsettled early next week with a Westerly flow aloft. Next low will likely affect us by Tuesday. Will post again on Monday with an update.

    Low is getting closer, some high cirrus cloud moving through the area.

    Low is moving down the coast but another mostly sunny day for us.

    Series of lows moving down the coast with breaks in between systems. Deeper low for Tuesday.

    Friday will likely see some cloud development.

     Saturday is looking moist at this time. Most of the precip coming Saturday evening.

    Low keeps moving south on Sunday.

    Sunny by Sunday afternoon, unsettled on Monday.

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Sherpa missing after an avalanche hits expedition in Nepal: Mountain Journey

Spin for Snow Safety Fundraiser: Avalanche Canada

BRP sponsoring free avalanche awareness seminars: Snowmobile.com

How to build a snow cave: Animated clip

Skiers vs Snowboarders--1985: You Tube

How do you rescue someone buried under an avalanche: ScienceABC

    Tuesday Morning.

    Weather has been great.

    Alexander Falls on Wednesday.

    Powder Mountain.

    Not overflowing but still very busy for the end of September. Parks have been well used!!!

    Frosty Thursday morning, 0 Degrees in the valley. An inversion, +4 at 1835 meters.

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