25 Jun 2018

June 25, 2018


      A climber fell and was involved in an avalanche on Mount Borah, Idaho. Custer County SAR Pic

    Last weeks fresh snow produced some wet loose avalanches once it warmed up.


    Tuesday June 19, 2018. 06:00 Hrs + 15 Deg C.

    Wednesday June 20, 2018. +12 Deg C at 06:00 Hrs.

    Thursday June 21, 2018. Summer Solstice. +11 at 06:00 Hrs.

    Friday Morning June 22, 2018. High cloud with a stratus layer as well. +8 Deg C at 05:00 Hrs.

    Saturday morning June 23, 218. Stratus layer in the valley.

    Sunday morning, June 24, 2018. Ground Hog Day.

Weather Observations for June 25, 2018  taken at 06:00 Hours.

2240 meters      -1, Winds were 40-60 KPH S  --Horstman Hut
1860 meters     +2, Winds were 10-25 KPH SE--Rendevous
1650 meters     +4, Base ? 18.7 mm in 12 hours --Pig Alley
  660 meters   +10, Valley Temp, Max Temp Yesterday was +23.0, 7.0 mm of precip recorded yest

    As of 07:00 hrs this am we have broken cloud and variable visibility. +3 Deg C


A low pressure in a Southwest flow aloft will bring unsettled weather with some showers for today. The freezing level will hover in the 2400 meter range in this cooler air mass. Mostly unsettled weather for the next week with a high pressure hopefully building by next Sunday. Models are differing for next week so only time will tell!! As of now Tuesday and  Wednesday look to be the driest days of the week, with a chance of some isolated showers on Wednesday.

    GOES IR image from this am.

    High and low will bring unsettled weather today.

    Cold front pushing through today.

    Fronts along the coast.

    High pushes a little on Tuesday.

    Unsettled but drier.

    A mix of the high and low, unsettled slightly warmer.

    Likely more cloud than sun.

    Mostly cloudy with the low winning the battle.

    Unsettled Thursday.

    Looking mostly cloudy for Friday.

    High may push in for Sunday.


    Monday June 18, 2018. Record breaking high in Pemberton, +37.4 Deg C.

    Grass fed bears!

    Preparing the off ramp for foot passengers. Tuesday morning.

    A few clouds around on Tuesday, but another awesome day.

    Bluebird Tuesday afternoon to the South.

   Wednesday morning.

    Wednesday, another warm awesome day in Whistler.

    Thursday afternoon.

    Friday morning, stratus layer moved in last night.

    Satellite image from same time frame as above image!!

   Saturday from the Peak.

    Sunday morning. Eventually it lifted and rained. 7.0 mm recorded at 660 meters yesterday.

    Image from this am. June 25, 2018.

From South Coast Touring:

Quick trip up sky pilot today solid release from gully just above pink slab (1st pic) released 3 times over an hour. Poor visibility on stadium glacier but noticed several car sized chunks that weren’t there on my way up. Including one in the second pic that made it all the way to the top of the moraine on the regular summer route!


Extreme Cliff Jumping: Colorado


Man rescued after falling and triggering an avalanche on Mount Borah: Idaho

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Jury rules for Vail Resorts wrongful death trial: Colorado

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