Mt. Nusatsum

Mt. Nusatsum

Friday, October 22, 2010

More Weather Systems

While weather forecasts are looking at more storms hitting the British Columbia coast in the next few days, it's not clear to me that any one of them is going to be a particular problem for the Central Coast and if it is a problem how big a rain event we could expect.  The best case would be more days of Octobery wet weather interspersed with some nice days.  That's kind of what today was like, not especially spectacular but certainly acceptable for a late October day.  A few weeks of this kind of weather going into November would really help to get the upper hand on the remedial works still going on catching up on the flood damage from the Great Flood of 2010.
New view upstream from Bailey Bridge - much less bank on the right side of photo
Typhoon Megi is finishing itself off over China tonight and then drifting off and dissipating into the cloud track that runs across the Pacific onto the west coast of BC. Hopefully it doesn't inject too much precipitation into that track and that it doesn't hit the Central Coast again if it does have a lot of rain.  Grizzly

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