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Wind               storm    | hurricane   | Height
m/s   1 5  10 15 | 20 25 30 | 35  40  45  | Base  C1    C2    C3    C4    Summ1 Summit2
Km/h  4 18 36 54 | 72 90 108| 126 144 162 | 6139  6748  7091  7499  8249  8854  9192  m
Kt    2 10 19 29 | 39 49 58 | 68  78  87  | 19009 21007 22132 23471 25932 27917 29025 ft

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June 1
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Everest forecast - From SMHI and AdventureWeather.com By ExplorersWeb
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Synopsis Everest 0602-0606 summit level

Jet:
The Jet continues to be well north of ME.

Summit:
9000 m: West- southwest 10-15 m/s increasing to 15-20 m/s.  From Friday
dropping to 5-10 m/s.

7500 m: West-southwest 5-10 m/s. Wednesday-Thursday 10-15 m/s.

Weather:
A low over Tibet will affect the ME-area more or less during this
period. Probably quite a lot of showers Wednesday-Thursday. Then
somewhat drier conditions but still risk of occasional showers.

Monsoon:
Southwest Monsoon is moving northwards to the major parts of Karnataka
and Andhra Pradesh and it will later come close to Bangladesh.

Synopsis Annapurna 0602-0606

In general the same synopsis applies for the Annapurna region.
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Table Mount Everest

June 1
06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6145   6760   7107   7522   8282   8895   9237
Wind(m/s)  220/04 240/05 230/05 230/05 250/05 270/06 270/08
Temp(C)        -6     -9    -10    -12    -16    -20    -22
Humid(%)      100     71     55     45     26     24     26


June  2
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6147   6762   7109   7521   8278   8890   9231
Wind(m/s)  190/03 230/02 230/03 240/04 250/08 260/12 260/14
Temp(C)        -5     -9    -11    -13    -16    -19    -22
Humid(%)       98     94     98     98    100    100    100


06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6142   6754   7100   7511   8267   8876   9216
Wind(m/s)  250/06 240/07 240/08 240/10 240/12 250/12 240/10
Temp(C)        -7     -9    -10    -12    -16    -20    -22
Humid(%)       76     48     33     15     20     22     20



June  3
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6147   6760   7105   7514   8268   8876   9217
Wind(m/s)  200/04 240/03 240/05 240/07 240/12 240/19 240/23
Temp(C)        -5     -9    -11    -13    -17    -20    -22
Humid(%)       89     70     71     51     40     32     24


06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6143   6753   7097   7507   8259   8866   9206
Wind(m/s)  200/05 200/07 200/07 210/06 240/05 260/06 260/08
Temp(C)        -8    -10    -11    -13    -17    -21    -22
Humid(%)      100     63     45     40     34     40     42



June  4
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6148   6763   7108   7518   8271   8879   9219
Wind(m/s)  170/04 220/02 220/03 220/04 220/06 240/08 240/10
Temp(C)        -5     -9    -11    -14    -17    -20    -22
Humid(%)       92     75     65     64     51     58     62


06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6143   6755   7101   7512   8266   8875   9214
Wind(m/s)  220/04 210/05 210/04 220/03 210/04 230/04 240/06
Temp(C)        -7     -9    -11    -13    -17    -21    -23
Humid(%)      100     54     47     45     40     27     19



June  5
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6148   6763   7108   7518   8272   8880   9221
Wind(m/s)  170/03 280/01 270/02 250/02 260/03 260/06 260/08
Temp(C)        -5     -9    -11    -14    -17    -20    -22
Humid(%)       85     81     77     82     32     18     21


12pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6147   6762   7108   7519   8276   8886   9228
Wind(m/s)  190/09 210/06 230/03 240/02 280/05 310/09 310/12
Temp(C)        -4     -8    -10    -11    -15    -19    -21
Humid(%)      100    100    100     60     45     43     54



June  6
12am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6141   6752   7097   7508   8262   8869   9209
Wind(m/s)  320/01 220/01 200/01 160/01 120/01 220/01 230/03
Temp(C)        -7     -9    -10    -12    -16    -20    -22
Humid(%)       61     45     44     51     75     81     68


12pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6148   6765   7111   7524   8282   8893   9234
Wind(m/s)  190/07 210/05 230/03 250/02 290/03 310/06 300/08
Temp(C)        -4     -7     -9    -11    -15    -19    -21
Humid(%)      100    100    100     89     53     29     23



June  7
12am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6143   6758   7105   7517   8274   8885   9226
Wind(m/s)  250/00 170/02 150/02 140/02 120/03 270/02 270/04
Temp(C)        -6     -8    -10    -12    -16    -19    -22
Humid(%)       39     43     47     57     32     20     22


12pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6148   6766   7113   7527   8286   8898   9240
Wind(m/s)  190/08 210/06 220/04 220/02 110/01 320/03 300/04
Temp(C)        -4     -7     -9    -11    -15    -19    -21
Humid(%)      100    100    100     84     76     54     42



June  8
12am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6142   6756   7102   7514   8271   8882   9223
Wind(m/s)  230/01 220/03 220/03 220/03 230/04 250/05 250/05
Temp(C)        -6     -9    -10    -12    -16    -19    -21
Humid(%)       66     59     48     40     31     22     15









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