3 Aug 2020

August 3, 2020


    Monday July 27, 2020. 12:00 Hrs. + 20.3 Deg C with a 5-20 KPH SSW wind. + 31 in the valley.

    Satellite image from this timeframe as above image.

    Tuesday July 28, 2020. 12:00 Hrs. + 15.8 Deg C with a 10-25 KPH ESE wind. + 24 in the valley.

    Satellite Image from Tuesday afternoon.

    Wednesday July 29, 2020. 13:00 Hrs. + 16.8 Deg C with a 10-20 SW wind. + 28 in the valley.

    Satellite image from same timeframe as above image.

    Thursday July 30, 2020. 12:00 Hrs. + 19.8 Deg C with a 10-20 KPH SW wind. + 29 in the valley.

    Satellite image from same timeframe as above image.

    Friday July 31, 2020. 14:00 Hrs. + 18.4 Deg C with a 10-20 KPH SSW wind. + 21 in the valley.

    Satellite image from Friday afternoon.

    Saturday August 1, 2020. + 13 Deg C with a 10-15 KPH SW wind. + 24 in the valley.

    Satellite image from same timeframe as above image.

    Sunday August 2, 2020. 12:00 Hrs. +12 Deg C with a 20-30 KPH West wind. + 24 in the valley.

    Satellite image from the same timeframe as above image.

    Big picture Sunday afternoon. Cloud cover on the way.

Weather Observations for August 3, 2020 taken at 06:00 Hours.

2180 meters        +5, Winds were 20-25 KPH SW--Whistler Peak
1835 meters        +8, Winds were   5-20 KPH SW--Round House
1650 meters        +9, 0.0 mm of rain, 0.0 mm in 24 hrs. --Pig Alley
  660 meters      +14, Valley Temp, Max temp Yesterday was + 24.5, 0.0 mm of precip yesterday.

    As of 06:00 Hrs this am we have broken cloud and unlimited visibility.


A weak broad upper trough made landfall this morning in a Westerly flow aloft. Most of the energy is to the North but we will see overcast skies with some showers later this am into this afternoon, will likely see some sunny breaks as upper level ridging develops later today. An upper ridge will move into Southern B.C. Tuesday with sunny weather for Whistler. Wednesday is looking mostly sunny but should see some cloud move in during the afternoon as the next upper low moves into the South Coast. Thursday is looking like the wettest day of the week. Friday is looking mostly cloudy with some periods of light rain. Saturday will likely see unsettled weather with a chance of some showers, difficult to determine this far out but may see a wetter Saturday depending on which model you like.  Sunday could be cloudy with some sunny breaks with a slight chance of some showers. Back to rain by Monday as the carousel of upper lows continues to dominate the summer weather pattern. Guesstimates: trace-1 mm by Tuesday morning, 0 mm by Wednesday morning, 1-3 mm by Thursday morning, 4-8 mm by Friday morning, trace-2 mm by Saturday morning, 0-5 mm by Sunday morning.

    GOES IR image from this am.

     Weak upper trough for today with some showers expected.

    Fronts along the coast.

     High moves in for Tuesday with sunny skies.

     High still in control for Wednesday but the upper trough begins to push in Wednesday afternoon.

     Upper trough strengthens with rain arriving for Thursday.

    Unsettled for Friday.

    Unsettled with the upper trough being the major influencer.

     Low is slightly stronger than the high on Sunday, likely unsettled.


    A ski patroller has died in an avalanche in Argentina. Article below.                               Net Pic

    Avalanche hits Quad Chair in Argentina. Area closed at the time. Article below. Eqsnotas Image


    High Noon on Monday. High of + 32.6 Deg C at 660 m.

    Georgian Bay.

    Early Tuesday morning, +14 Deg C at 05:00 Hrs.

    Orillia Sunset.

    Sunrise, 05:35 Hrs Wednesday morning. + 10 Deg C.

    Southern Ontario Sunset.

    Sunrise colours 05:35 Hrs Thursday morning. + 13.9 Deg C.

    Isolated showers Friday am, a warm +24 Deg C at 08:30 Hrs at 1860 meters. 0.2 mm at 660 m.

    06:30 Hrs Saturday am.

    Lake Simcoe

    Just after sunrise, 06:00 Hrs, Sunday. We are now losing 4 minutes of daylight/day.


A ski patroller has died in an avalanche at Cerro Catedral: Bariloche

Massive inbounds avalanche hits Quad Chair in La Hoya: Argentina

Mount Robson avalanche buries Berg Lake Trail: Alberta

SFU grad develops classification system to keep backcountry recreationists safe: SFU.CA

How to survive an avalanche: Snow Sports Zone

Avalanche team protects people from invisible road hazard: New Zealand

Ski Touring News Roundup: Summer of Covid

Aspen locals could be in for a season pass curveball this winter: Coronavirus

Thawing of frozen soil triggers avalanches in Arctic Islands: Norway

Tips from a guide for first time Aussie Backcountry Skiers/Boarders: SnowBest

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