Mix Of Sun And Cloud

Whistler Weather forecast

A Weak Ridge Over The Region Will Give Sunny Periods Early This Morning. The Next Pacific Frontal System Will Approach Today Bringing Increasing Cloudiness Today And Snow Beginning This Evening And Continuing Into Sunday. A Ridge Will Begin To Build Offshore Sunday Night, With Snow Tapering To Scattered Flurries Over The South Coast Mountains.

A 998 millibar low about 250 miles west of Cape Scott early this morning will deepen to 991 millibars as it moves across southern Hecate strait early this evening. A second low will approach from The west reaching the western Queen Charlottes overnight

Today Alpine regions..
Cloudy with sunny periods. 60 percent chance of flurries this afternoon. High minus 4. Tonight Periods of snow. Amount 5 cm. Temperature steady near minus 5. Sunday Flurries. High minus 1.
Monday Sunny. Low minus 5. High minus 1.
Tuesday Snow. Windy. Low minus 5. High zero.
Wednesday Rain. Low zero. High plus 2.

Today..A Mix Of Sun And Cloud This Morning Then Becoming Cloudy With 60 Percent Chance Of Flurries This Afternoon. Alpine High Minus 10.
Snowfall Accumulation Trace. Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H.

5 Day Trend..The Ridge Of High Pressure Bringing Dry Conditions Overnight Sunday Will Give Mainly Sunny Skies For Monday. A Frontal System Arriving Tuesday Will Bring Snow And Strong Winds Then Another Intense System Coming In On Wednesday Will Keep The Strong Winds Blowing And Bring More Snow Changing To Rain As Freezing Levels Rise.
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    Cool conditions with snow

    Whistler Weather forecast

    Cloudy Periods And A Few Flurries Will Linger Over The Region This Evening. A Frontal System Approaching The Bc Coast Will Bring Periods Of Snow To The Area By Early Tomorrow Morning And Continuing Through The Day.

    Tonight Valley bottom. Cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 5.
    Thursday Periods of snow. Amount 2 to 4 cm. High minus 4.
    Thursday night Periods of snow. Amount 2 cm. Temperature steady near minus 4.
    Friday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. High minus 1.
    Saturday Periods of rain or snow. Low minus 2. High plus 1.
    Sunday A mix of sun and cloud. Low minus 9. High minus 3.

    Whistler Alpine regions..
    Tonight..Cloudy. 30 Percent Chance Of Flurries.
    Alpine Low Minus 12. ..
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable.
    Thursday..Periods Of Snow.
    Alpine High Minus 9.
    Snowfall Accumulation 5 To 10 Cm.
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable Becoming South 30 To 50 Km/H Late In The Morning.

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    Snow And Strong Winds Aloft

    Whistler Weather forecast

    Tonight Periods of snow. Amount 2 cm. Low minus 5.
    Wednesday A mix of sun and cloud. High minus 3.
    Wednesday night Cloudy. Low minus 6.
    Thursday Periods of snow. High minus 3.
    Friday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 4. High minus 1. Saturday Periods of rain or snow. Low minus 2. High plus 1.

    A Frontal System Moving Across The Bc Coast Will Continue To Produce Snow And Strong Winds Over The South Coast Mountains For The Remainder Of This Afternoon And Into The Evening. The Unsettled Airmass Behind The Front Will Continue To Give A Few Flurries Overnight. A Weak Ridge Of High Pressure Building Offshore Is Expected To Bring Dry Conditions And Sunny Periods By Tomorrow Afternoon.

    A frontal system will cross the British Columbia coast today and weaken as it moves inland. A ridge of high pressure will build over the offshore waters tonight.

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    Scattered Flurries

    Whistler Weather forecast

    Scattered Flurries today

    A ridge over eastern pacific will move into bc interior tonight. A frontal system well offshore will approach north and central coast later today.
    Over northern and central waters gale to storm force northwest winds will ease this morning.

    An Unsettled Airmass And The Moist Post Frontal Onshore Flow Will Give Scattered Flurries This Morning. A Ridge Of High Pressure Building Offshore Will Bring Dry Conditions And Sunny Periods To The Region This Afternoon. A Frontal System Will Approach The Bc Coast Tonight Spreading Snow Overnight Through Tuesday.

    Today..Cloudy. A Few Flurries This Morning. Sunny Periods This Afternoon.
    Alpine High Minus 7.
    Snowfall Accumulation Trace.
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds West 30 Km/H.

    Today Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries this morning. High plus 1.
    Tonight Cloudy. Snow beginning overnight. Low minus 2.
    Tuesday Snow. Amount 10 to 15 cm. High zero.
    Wednesday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 2. High plus 1. Thursday Snow. Low minus 5. High minus 2.
    Friday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 3. High minus 2.
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    Flurries Developing

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Ridge Of High Pressure Will Give Dry Conditions Through The Balance Of The Day And Friday Morning. An Approaching Frontal System Will Give Increasing Cloud Friday With Flurries Developing.

    A ridge of high pressure over the north coast this evening will move through the south coast overnight and inland early Friday morning.

    Valley...
    Tonight Cloudy periods. Low minus 8.
    Friday Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries in the afternoon. High minus 3.
    Friday night Periods of snow. Amount 2 cm. Low minus 4.
    Saturday Snow. High minus 1.
    Sunday Flurries. Low minus 2. High plus 1.
    Monday Periods of snow. Low minus 1. High plus 1.

    Alpine...
    After a week of fresh powder and the base at 160cm we could be poised to break 200cm this weekend.
    Forecast..
    Friday..Increasing Cloud. A Few Flurries Developing Late In The Day.
    Alpine High Minus 8.
    Snowfall Accumulation Trace To 2 Cm.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H Rising To 40 Late In The Day.
    Saturday.. Snow Heavy At Times.
    Snowfall Accumulation 10 To 20 Cm.
    Freezing Level Near Valley Bottom.

    Snow for the weekend an intense frontal system will be approaching the coast on Friday. Strong Winds And Snow Heavy At Times Are Expected For Saturday. A Second System Will Approach Later On Sunday..

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    More snow on the way

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Low Pressure System Off The Washington Coast This Morning Will Move Northeastward Giving Light Snow To The North Shore Mountains And Whistler Region Today And Tonight.

    An Intense Frontal System Will Approach The Coast Tonight Bringing Heavy Snow And Strong Winds To The Regions On Wednesday.

    A first 993 millibar low off the Oregon coast this morning is forecast to cross the south coast this evening. A second low well offshore will approach the south coast tonight.

    Tonight Flurries. Amount 2 to 4 cm. Temperature steady near minus 2.
    Wednesday Snow. Snow mixed with rain late in the day. Snowfall amount 10 cm. High plus 1.
    Thursday Cloudy with 40 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 1. High zero.
    Friday A mix of sun and cloud. Low minus 6. High minus 4.
    Saturday Snow. Low minus 8. High minus 3.
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    Today Alpine..Flurries. Alpine High Minus 6. Snowfall Accumulation 3 To 5 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southeast 40 Km/H. Today Flurries. Amount 2 to 4 cm. High minus 2.
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    Approaching Frontal System

    Whistler Weather forecast

    An Upper Ridge Of High Pressure Will Build Ahead Of An Approaching Frontal System. Snow Associated With The Front Will Spread Onto The Northshore Mountains Tonight And Into The Whistler Area Early Friday. Heaviest Snowfall Is Expected To Develop By Late Friday Evening Ahead Of The Trailing Cold Front.

    A weak front along the south coast will move inland this evening. A developing low will move across the gulf of Alaska and the associated frontal system will move eastward to lie over the Queen Charlotte Islands Friday morning and the north coast late Friday

    Tonight Cloudy with 40 percent chance of flurries. Periods of snow beginning overnight. Amount 2 cm. Low minus 4.

    Friday Periods of snow. Amount 5 to 10 cm. High zero.
    Friday night Periods of snow. Amount 5 cm. Low minus 1.
    Saturday Flurries. High zero.
    Sunday Rain or snow. Low minus 1. High plus 1.
    Monday Flurries. Low minus 1. High plus 1.

    Tonight Alpine..Cloudy With 60 Percent Chance Of Flurries. Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 7. Snowfall Accumulation Trace To 2 Cm. Freezing Level Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds Southwest 30 To 50 Km/H Easing To 20 To 30. video
    5 Day Trend..An Upper Trough Will Continue To Give Periods Of Snow Or Flurries Saturday. A Second Frontal System Will Spread Snow And Strong Winds Across The Region On Sunday. Unsettled Conditions Are Expected In The Wake Of The System On Monday.
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    Flurries

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Trough Of Low Pressure Will Give Increasing Cloudiness
    Flurries Will Develop By Tuesday Afternoon And Will Continue Through Late Evening. Moderate Southerly Winds Will Rise To Strong Late In The Day Then Veer To Moderate Northwest Near Midnight.

    A frontal system approaching the north coast today will cross the Charlotte's tonight and then push southwards to lie through Queen Charlotte Sound Tuesday morning. A ridge of high pressure over the BC interior will begin to move to the southeast Tuesday

    Tuesday..Flurries. Amount 2 to 4 cm. High minus 2.
    Tuesday night Periods of snow ending overnight then cloudy. Amount 2 cm. Low minus 4Wednesday A mix of sun and cloud. High minus 1.
    Thursday Periods of snow. Low minus 7. High minus 3.
    Friday Periods of snow. Low minus 5. High minus 1.
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    Today Alpine regions.. Light Snow Developing This Morning.
    Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 7.
    Snowfall Accumulation 1 To 3 Cm.
    Freezing Level Surface.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H This Afternoon.
    Tonight..Cloudy. Periods Of Snow Ending Overnight.
    Alpine Low Minus 10.
    Snowfall Accumulation 2 Cm.
    Freezing Level Surface.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H Becoming Light And Variable Around Midnight.
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    Nice through weekend

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Ridge Of High Pressure Over The Eastern Pacific Will Build Into The Weekend And Keep Conditions Dry And Settled. A Northerly Circulation Ahead Of The Ridge Will Lower Freezing Levels.

    A weak trough of low pressure will remain along the bc coast. A ridge of high pressure over the central British Columbia interior will build slowly southward throughout the period. A north to south ridge of high pressure will begin to build offshore today

    Today Valley cloud this morning then sunny with cloudy periods. High zero.

    Tonight Clear. Low minus 8.

    Friday Sunny. High minus 4.

    Saturday Sunny. Low minus 12. High minus 6.

    Sunday A mix of sun and cloud. Low minus 11. High minus 6.

    Monday Cloudy. Low minus 7. High minus 3.

    Today Alpine..Valley Cloud This Morning Then Sunny With Cloudy Periods.
    Alpine High Minus 6.
    Freezing Level Near Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable Becoming Northeast 20 Km/H This Morning.
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    Whistler Weather forecast

    Additional rainfall amounts up to 30 mm for Greater Vancouver near the northshore mountains..Fraser Valley..West Vancouver Island and up to 40 mm for Howe Sound today.

    An intense frontal system moving over the south coast continues to produce rain at times heavy over most of the south coast today. Additional rainfall amounts up to 30 mm are expected today near the mountains for Greater Vancouver..Fraser Valley and West Vancouver Island. Up to 40 mm of rain is forecast for Howe Sound today. Freezing rain will persist northeast of Whistler and along the central coast until the cold air at the surface warms to above zero this morning.

    This weather system continues to produce strong southerly winds of 50 to 70 km/h for West Vancouver Island and Howe Sound. These winds are forecast to weaken later this morning. Winds have eased for other regions of the south coast.

    An additional 5 to 10 cm of snow can be expected over inland sections of the central coast today and tonight as the system moves inland and weakens.

    Meanwhile a ridge of high pressure over Yukon is generating strong northerly outflow winds through the valleys and inlets of the north and central coast. Cooler temperatures are expected to continue for the north coast leading to wind chill values near minus 20 today. A wind warning for strong northerly outflow is in effect for the central coast coastal near mainland inlets.

    Note: Hwy 99 closed at 1 mile bridge in Pemberton due to flooding also Duffy lk avalanche closure
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    Whistler Weather forecast

    Freezing rain warning for Whistler continued

    Freezing rain is occurring near Whistler and the central coast coastal region today.This is a warning that an extended period of freezing rain is expected or occurring in these regions.
    An intense frontal system moving over the south coast is producing periods of heavy rain over many areas today. However cold air still present over the southern coast range will continue to produce areas of freezing rain and locally heavy snow this afternoon.
    Storm total snowfall amounts of 44 cm have been reported in Whistler before changing to freezing rain this morning.

    High Freezing levels
    Freezing rain will persist in Whistler region and central coastal regions until the stubborn cold air is eroded by the warm frontal system. About 17 mm of freezing rain has already fallen in the Whistler region this morning.
    Further ice accumulations of about 10 mm are expected in the Whistler to Pemberton region this afternoon.Periods of heavy rain over much of the south coast will continue through today with further rainfall amounts of 60 to 100 mm expected through tonight for northshore mountains of Greater Vancouver.
    Further higher rainfall amounts of up to 230 mm of rain is forecast for Howe Sound for through tonight.
    This system is also producing southerly winds of 60 to 100 km/h at mountain top locations. The 964mb low wil cross the north tip of Vancouver island around 10pm tonight.

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    The weekend

    Whistler Weather forecast
    Arctic air is firmly entrenched in the valleys of the bc interior this morning. Meanwhile over the pacific a series of storm systems are taking shape and are headed toward the bc coast. These systems will collide with the cold dry Arctic air over the interior. Resulting in a transition to very mild and wet conditions by Monday afternoon. During the transition significant winter weather is likley over the weekend and into Monday morning. Most valley locations in the interior can expect to see snow, possibly heavy, as well as a brief period of freezing rain as the milder air moves in. Heavy snow is almost certain over the mountain passes. Finally on Monday gusty winds and heavy rain are possible.

    A Low Pressure System Has Developed Just Offshore Of Vancouver Island Overnight. It Will Combine With Cool Arctic Air To Produce Snow Over Most Areas Of The South Coast Today Through Sunday.

    Today..Cloudy. 70 Percent Chance Of Flurries. Alpine High Minus 14. Snowfall Accumulation Trace To 1 Cm. Freezing Level At Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds Northeast 10 Km/H. Tonight..Snow. Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 13. Snowfall Accumulation 5 To 10 Cm. Freezing Level At Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds Northeast 10 Km/H Becoming South 40 To 60 Km/H Overnight.
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