Late season storm

Whistler Weather forecast

A low pressure centre near Langara early this morning will move slowly east and onto the north coast this morning. A second low out of the northwest will intensify as it crosses north of the island region from the west this morning to reach southern Vancouver Island this evening and Washington state overnight.
7am Monday

Over far northern waters light winds ahead of the first low will shift to strong northwest later this morning and this afternoon in the lows wake.

An Unseasonably Strong Pacific Storm Will Bring Snow And Gusty Winds To The Alpine above 1400m. The System Will Cross The South Coast mountains late today and tonight.

5 Day Trend..A Weak Ridge Of High Pressure Will Bring Dry Conditions To The Region On Wednesday And Thursday. A Northwesterly Flow Will Develop Along The Coast Friday Bringing Some Cloud To The Area.

Current Conditions
Observed at: Whistler 7:00 AM PDT Monday 9 June 2008

Condition:Cloudy
Temperature:7.0°C
Pressure / Tendency:101.3 kPa / falling
Visibility:24 km
Humidity:92%
Dew Point:5.8°C
Wind Speed:calmForecast

Today:Cloudy. Rain beginning this morning. High 12.

Tonight:Showers. Low plus 5.

Tuesday:Cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High 15.

Wednesday:A mix of sun and cloud. Low plus 5. High 21.

Thursday:A mix of sun and cloud. Low 6. High 21.

Friday:Cloudy. Low 9. High 17.

Historical Data
Yesterday Max:12.1°C
Min:6.6°C
Precip.:1.1 mm
Normals Max:19°C
Min:6°C
Today Sunrise:5:03
Sunset:21:20

Alpine storm warning.
A deepening low pressure centre approaching the coast will cross southern Vancouver Island this afternoon. The low will pass directly over Vancouver. Northeasterly winds up to 80 km/h will develop in the wake of the system this evening at ridgetop. The winds will begin to ease tonight as the low weakens and moves inland.

Today..Cloudy. Snow Developing This Morning.
Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 1.
Snowfall Accumulation 5 Cm.
Freezing Level 1500 Metres.
Mountain Top Winds Southerly 15 Km/H Increasing To South 50 To 70 Km/H

Tonight..Periods Of Snow.
Alpine Low Minus 4.
Snowfall Accumulation 5 Cm.
Freezing Level Lowering To 1000 Metres.
Mountain Top Winds Southerly 50 To 70 Km/H switching to Northerly.

5 Day Trend..A Weak Ridge Of High Pressure Will Bring Dry Conditions To The Region On Wednesday And Thursday. A Northwesterly Flow Will Develop Along The Coast Friday Bringing Some Cloud To The Area.
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