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I'm actually surprised there wasn't more of an inversion. Only 10 degrees between Keystone Ridge and Goldstream Creek. Maybe there's not enough "night" for it to cool more. Matthew
Without snow cover, when the airmass is cool, as it has been, the inversions are not so strong. Certainly with a warm airmass big inversions are possible. I think I did a post from last June about a 20+ degree inversion one morning.
Hmmmm ok, maybe the ground is too warm for strong inversions with a cool airmass.Matthew