Long weekend

Whistler Weather forecast

A ridge of high pressure in a north to south line over central Vancouver Island will drift westward to lie in a northeast to Southwest line over Port Hardy by this evening. Meanwhile the next frontal system to affect the north coast will be approaching from the southwest and will lie just off the west coast of the
Charlottes by this evening.

Skies Will Clear This Morning And Temperatures Will Continue To Rise As A Ridge Of High Pressure Builds Over The Region.
This Ridge Will Continue To Give Warm And Dry Conditions On Saturday.

5 Day Trend..Warm And Dry Conditions Persist As The Ridge Of High Pressure Remains Over The Region Sunday And Monday. The Ridge Will Slowly Begin To Move Eastward On Tuesday With Isolated Showers Possible.

Condition:Mainly Sunny
Temperature:13.7C
Pressure / Tendency:102.4 kPa / rising
Visibility:24 km
Humidity:72%
Dew Point:8.8C
Wind Speed:calm

Today:Clearing this morning. High 25 except 29 near Pemberton. UV index 8 or very high.

Tonight:Clear. Low 13. Saturday:Sunny. High 32 except 35 near Pemberton.

Sunday:Sunny. Low 11. High 33.

Monday:Sunny. Low 12. High 31.

Tuesday:A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of showers. Low 12. High 25.


Yesterday Max:13.7C
Min:9.5C
Precip.:0.3 mm
Normals Max:21C
Min:8C
Today Sunrise:5:04
Sunset:21:26

Alpine for the weekend
Still quite a bit of snow around above 6000ft
Alpine High 20.
Freezing Level 4400 Metres.
Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable.
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