More snow

Whistler Weather forecast

A Few Flurries Will Affect The Region Today Ahead Of An Approaching Pacific Frontal System out of the gulf of Alaska. The front will clip us as most of the precipitation will go just to the south. More Continuous Precipitation Will Reach The Coast This Afternoon As The System Moves Inland.
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A weakened Arctic ridge of high pressure will remain in the interior. A weak ridge of high pressure will move through the coast this morning. A pacific frontal system will reach the outer coast either late this afternoon or this evening bringing some slightly warmer air with it.

Today..A Few Flurries Changing To Snow This Afternoon.
Alpine High Minus 10.
Snowfall Accumulation 2 Cm.
Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H Becoming South 40 Gusting 60 This Afternoon.

Tonight..Periods Of Snow.
Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 9.
Snowfall Accumulation 5 To 10 Cm.
Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
Mountain Top Winds Southwest 40 To 60 Km/H.
Thursday..Periods Of Snow Ending In The Afternoon Followed By A Few Flurries.

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    Arctic Air

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Ridge Of High Pressure Over The Area Will Give Generally Dry Conditions For Today. A Frontal System Will Reach The South Coast Tonight Spreading Snow To The Region Through Tuesday.

    An Arctic outbreak has developed on the bc coast this morning as An Arctic ridge of high pressure continues to build over the bc interior. Meanwhile a pacific frontal system will cross the offshore waters this evening and will lie roughly along the outer coast overnight. The front will have to displace the arctic air first before the snow gets in here late tonight.

    Today..A Mix Of Sun And Cloud.
    60 Percent Chance Of Flurries This Afternoon.
    Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 20.
    Snowfall Accumulation Trace To 2 Cm.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 To 30 Km/H.
    Tonight..Cloudy With 60 Percent Chance Of Flurries Overnight.
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    Cold air on the way

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A low near cape St James early this morning will drift southeastward today reaching the Victoria area tonight.

    A cold Arctic outbreak will produce high pressure over the BC interior tonight. The cold air will reach the coast Monday.

    An Area Of Low Pressure Will Become Established Along The Bc Coast Today Giving Flurries To The Region. Scattered Flurries Will Linger Tonight As The Area Of Low Pressure Moves Eastward. A Weak Ridge Of High Pressure Will Build Offshore On Monday Giving Dry Conditions.

    Alpine
    Today..A Few Flurries.
    Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 13.
    Snowfall Accumulation Trace To 2 Cm.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable.

    Tonight..Cloudy. 40 Percent Chance Of Flurries.
    Alpine Low Minus 15.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable.

    Monday..Cloudy With Sunny Periods.
    Alpine High Minus 14.
    Snowfall Accumulation Trace.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H.

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    982mb Low

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A low pressure system will develop over the northern gulf of Alaska today. The 982mb low centre stalls to the west of Alaska Panhandle tonight through Saturday. Its associated front will slide down along the coast to lie over the Charlottes this evening and over southern Vancouver Island by Saturday morning.
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    A Weak Ridge Of High Pressure Over The South Coast Will Result In Dry And Mainly Sunny Skies Today. A Frontal System Will Approach The South Coast Tonight Giving Increased Cloud With Snow Overnight Through Saturday.

    Whistler Valley. This morning a chilly start -14c outside in the valley
    Today..Sunny with cloudy periods. Becoming cloudy late this afternoon. High minus 2. Tonight..Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries overnight. Low minus 6.
    Saturday..Snow. Amount 5 to 10 cm. High minus 2.
    Sunday..Snow. Amount 5 cm. High minus 2. East face Mt. Matier
    Alpine regions.
    To start -8C winds out of the southwest 20km/ph Today..Sunny With Cloudy Periods. Increasing Cloudiness Late This Afternoon. Alpine High Minus 6. Freezing Level Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable Becoming Southwest 30 To 40 Km/H This Afternoon. Tonight..Cloudy. Light Snow Developing Overnight. Alpine Low Minus 10. Snowfall Accumulation Trace To 1 Cm.
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    Increasing Cloud

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A 1003 millibar low pressure centre over northern Queen Charlotte Sound will continue to move southward to lie off the Oregon coast by this afternoon. Meanwhile high pressure systems will remain offshore and over the interior of bc. A front will then approach north coast from northwest late Friday.

    A Low Pressure System Will Slide Down The Coast Today Giving Increased Cloud To The Region. A Ridge Of High Pressure Will Build In Briefly On Friday To Give Mainly Sunny Skies.

    Today Alpine..A Mix Of Sun And Cloud.
    Alpine High Minus 4.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southeast 30 Km/H Becoming Light Late This Afternoon.
    Tonight..Cloudy Periods.
    Alpine Low Minus 7.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable.
    Friday..Sunny With Cloudy Periods.

    5 Day Trend..An Intense Frontal System Will Approach The South Coast On Saturday Giving Periods Of Snow Friday Afternoon Through Monday.
    Details Today
    24 January : A mix of sun and cloud. High minus 3.
    Night: Cloudy periods. Low minus 10.
    Friday 25 January
    Sunny with cloudy periods. High minus 1.

    Saturday 26 January
    Periods of snow. Low minus 10. High minus 1.

    Sunday 27 January
    Periods of snow. Low minus 4. High zero.

    Monday 28 January
    Snow. Low minus 4. High minus 2.

    Historical Weather
    Yesterday
    Max: -3.8°C
    Min: -14.4°C
    Precip: 0.0 mm
    Normals
    Max: 1°C
    Min: -6°C Today
    Sunrise: 7:57
    Sunset: 16:51
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    Alpine Inversion

    Enjoy the Inversion Alpine high plus 2 today!!
    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Strong High Pressure System Over British Columbia Will Maintain Dry Conditions To The Region Through Wednesday. Warming Aloft Will Provide Warmer Temperatures For Alpine Areas. A Weak Low Pressure System Will Slide Down Across The Bc Coast Spreading Clouds And Scattered Flurries On Thursday Through Friday. Another Stronger System Will Approach The Region On Saturday Giving Periods Of Snow bringing 5-10cm.
    High winds Sunday night out of the northeast gusting 60-80km/h scoured the alpine areas

    Alpine Today..Mainly Sunny.
    Alpine High Minus 2.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom. Inversion Between Valley Bottom To 1800 Metres With Max Temperatures Close To Zero Near 1800 Metres.
    Mountain Top Winds Light And Variable.
    Twin One Glacier

    Today Sunny. High minus 2. Tonight Clear. Low minus 9.
    Wednesday Sunny. High zero.
    Thursday A mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 11. High minus 3.
    Friday Cloudy with 40 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 9. High minus 1. Saturday Periods of snow. Low minus 9. High minus 2.
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    Sun and Cold on the way

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A weak 1016 MB low pressure centre over northern Vancouver Island early this morning will move southeastward to lie over southern Vancouver Island and southern Georgia strait this afternoon And then move across Washington state this evening. A maritime high pressure ridge will build behind the low over offshore waters today.

    A stronger Arctic high pressure ridge will build tonight across the bc interior producing gale force outflow winds through most coastal inlets tonight. The locally strong to gale force outflow winds will persist in the south through Sunday.
    Northeasterly winds gusting 40 to 60 with rapididly falling temperatures will begin this evening.

    A Disturbance From The Northwest Will Yield Flurries Over Higher Terrain Today. Flurries Will Taper Off This Afternoon As The Low Pressure System Continues Southeastward Out Of The Region.

    Today..Flurries.
    Alpine High Minus 6.
    Snowfall Accumulation 2 Cm.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds West 30 Km/H Becoming Northeast 40 To 60 This Afternoon.

    Tonight..Cloudy. Clearing Overnight.
    Alpine Low Minus 12.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Northeast 40 Km/H.

    Sunday..Sunny.
    Alpine High Minus 11.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Northeast 30 Km/H Increasing To 50 In The Afternoon.
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    Flurries then Sun

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Ridge Of High Pressure Off The Coast Will Maintain A Northwesterly Flow Over The Region Throughout The Day. Mainly Cloudy Skies Will See Flurries Develop This Afternoon As A Disturbance Approaches From The Northwest.

    A ridge of high pressure in a northeast to southwest line Through the central coast will move southeast to lie in Washington state overnight. Meanwhile a pacific cold front offshore will move eastward across the Charlottes late this afternoon and then southeastward to lie over central Vancouver Island overnight bringing some isolated flurries. The ridge will rebuild bringing sunny skies for the early part of next week with falling temperatures.

    Today..Cloudy With Sunny Periods. A Few Flurries Beginning This Afternoon.
    Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 3.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds West 30 Km/H.

    Today Cloudy with sunny periods. A few flurries beginning late this afternoon. High zero. Tonight Flurries. Amount 2 cm. Low minus 3.
    Saturday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries in the morning then sunny with cloudy periods. High plus 1. Sunday Sunny. Low minus 8. High minus 4.
    Monday Sunny. Low minus 12. High minus 4.
    Tuesday Sunny. Low minus 11. High zero.

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    Gusty Northwest Winds

    Whistler Weather forecast

    An Intense Cold Front Crossing The South Coast Late This Afternoon Will Continue To Cause Freezing Levels To Drop. The Passage Of The Front Will Also Bring Gusty Northwest Winds And Snow Will Ease Off This Evening. A Ridge Of High Pressure Will Build Over The South Coast In Its Wake On Tuesday Bringing Sunnier And Drier Conditions. Temperatures Will Be Noticeably Colder But Winds Will Also Be Lighter.

    A cold front has moved across the Lower Mainland. In its wake a ridge of high pressure is building over offshore waters and will Move onshore Tuesday. A warm front travelling across the northern gulf of Alaska will brush the north coast region Tuesday.

    Snow at times mixed with rain ending early this evening then cloudy periods. Snowfall amount 2 to 4 cm. Low minus 8.
    Tuesday Sunny with cloudy periods. High minus 1. Tuesday night Cloudy periods. Low minus 8.
    Wednesday Cloudy. High plus 1.
    Thursday Cloudy. Low minus 8. High plus 1.
    Friday Cloudy. Low minus 6. High plus 1.
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    Whistler Weather forecast

    The next big system is forecast to slam into our area on Monday bringing heavy precipitation and relatively mild temperatures. This will probably be followed by significantly cooler temperatures on Tuesday before mild high pressure sets up on Wednesday.

    A 985 millibar low will cross the northern offshore waters this morning and will reach the northern Alaska Panhandle this afternoon.
    The associated frontal system will be approaching the coast this morning and will move through the north coast this afternoon Reaching the northern tip of Vancouver Island this evening.

    Cloudy Conditions Will Prevail Today. A Vigorous Pacific System Will Come Onshore This Evening Bringing A Return To Snow. The Snow Will Persist Through Tomorrow Late In The Day As The Back End Of The System Moves Through.

    Today..Cloudy. Alpine High Minus 2. Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 Km/H Increasing To 30 Km/H Late This Afternoon.
    Tonight..Cloudy. Snow Developing Late In The Evening.
    Alpine Low Minus 4. Snowfall Accumulation 5 To 10 Cm. Freezing Level Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds Southwest 30 Km/H.
    Monday..Snow. Alpine Temperature Falling To Minus 8.
    Snowfall Accumulation 15 To 25 Cm. Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 30 To 50 Km/H Diminishing Near Midday To 30.
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    Periods Of Snow

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A 978 millibar low 180 miles west of the Queen Charlottes early this morning will track northwards and onto the northern Alaska Panhandle by this evening. The associated intense front near the western Queen Charlottes early this morning will move onto the mainland coast by early this afternoon. A second low will follow a similar track on Sunday.

    A Frontal System Will Approach The Bc Coast Bringing Periods Of Snow Today Through This Evening. Lingering Flurries Over The Area Overnight Tonight Through Sunday Before Another System Arrives Spreading Snow Late Sunday Evening. Rising Freezing Levels Will Cause The Precipitation To Fall Mainly As Rain And Showers Over The Northshore Mountains Through Sunday.

    Today Alpine..Periods Of Snow.
    Alpine High Minus 3.
    Snowfall Accumulation Near 5 Cm.
    Freezing Level Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southerly 20 To 30 Km/H Rising To 30 To 50 Km/H Gusting To 70 Late In The Morning.

    Valley Forcast
    Today Periods of snow becoming mixed with rain this afternoon. Snowfall amount 5 cm. High plus 2.
    Tonight Periods of snow ending near midnight then cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Amount 2 cm. Low zero.
    Sunday Cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries or rain showers. Snow beginning in the evening. Snowfall amount 2 to 4 cm. High plus 3.
    Monday Rain. Low minus 1. High plus 4.
    Tuesday Sunny. Low minus 5. High zero.
    Wednesday A mix of sun and cloud. Low minus 8. High zero.
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    978mb Low

    Whistler Weather forecast

    Out in the pacific A weak ridge of high pressure on the coast this morning will give way to a vigorous low pressure system approaching the central coast this afternoon. The frontal system will move through tonight and the low centre will follow behind the system passing near cape St James on Thursday.

    A Cool And Unstable Airmass Will Give A Few Flurries To The Region Today. A Frontal System Approaches Later This Afternoon Spreading Snow Across The Region Tonight Through Thursday. Freezing Levels Will Rise slightly but are forecast to stay at the valley bottom.

    A pacific frontal system will approach the coast this afternoon with strong southeasterly winds developing ahead of the front. Winds will rise up to 70 km/h over south coastal regions and up to 90 km/h for northern regions late this afternoon and early this evening. The front will move inland overnight with winds easing in its wake.
    Today Alpine..Periods Of Light Snow. Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 6. Snowfall Accumulation 2 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southwest 20 To 40 Km/H Increasing To 40 This Afternoon.
    Tonight..Periods Of Snow. Alpine Temperature Rising To Minus 6. Snowfall Accumulation 5 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southwest 50 To 70 Km/H.
    Thursday..Snow. Alpine High Minus 3. Snowfall Accumulation 10 To 15 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southwest 40 To 60 Km/H.
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    Another front

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A Frontal System Will Approach From The Pacific Spreading Strong Southeast Winds And Snow Tonight. Snow Will Continue Tuesday Morning And Bands Of Heavier Snow Will Develop As The Airmass Becomes More Unstable. These Heavier Bands Will Reach The Whistler Area In The Afternoon. Meanwhile Strong Gusty Winds Will Ease During The Afternoon And Shift To Southwest.

    An intense frontal system is rapidly approaching the coastline this evening and is expected to stall over nearshore waters overnight. The front will weaken as it slowly rotates inland late Tuesday. A Weak ridge will build into the coastline behind the system by late Tuesday.

    Tonight Alpine..Cloudy With Flurries Changing To Light Snow Later This Evening.
    Alpine Low Minus 9.
    Snowfall Accumulation 2 To 4 Cm.
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southerly 20 To 30 Km/H Increasing To Southeast 50 Gusting To 70 Overnight.

    Tuesday..Periods Of Light Snow. Heavier Snow Developing In The Afternoon.
    Alpine High Minus 5.
    Snowfall Accumulation 5 To 10 Cm.
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southerly 60 Gusting To 80 Km/H Decreasing To Southwest 30 Gusting 50 By Noon.

    Valley Forecast
    Tonight Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries early this evening. Periods of snow beginning overnight. Amount 2 to 4 cm. Low minus 5.

    Tuesday Periods of snow. Amount 2 to 4 cm. High minus 2.
    Tuesday night Periods of snow. Amount 5 cm. Low minus 3.
    Wednesday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. High minus 1.
    Thursday Snow. Low minus 4. High minus 2.
    Friday A mix of sun and cloud with 40 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 2. High plus 2.
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    Huge snowfall

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    Over 70cm of light fluff has fallen in the alpine in the last 48hrs.

    Flurries Ending This Afternoon Then Cloudy. Alpine High -9.
    Snowfall Accumulation 2 To 4 Cm. Freezing Level In Village.. Cloudy With A Few Flurries. Alpine Temperature Steady Near -10. Snowfall Accumulation Trace. Freezing Level In Village

    Tonight..Cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 3.
    Monday..Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries in the afternoon and evening. High minus 1.

    A weakening trough of low pressure over offshore waters will move slowly toward the coast today and move onto the coast this evening.
    A strong pacific frontal system is forecast to arrive late Monday.
    Moderate southwest winds will pick up Monday.

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    960 millibar low

    Whistler Weather forecast

    The system arriving onshore this morning will bring steady snowfall throughout the day today and overnight. Another series of systems is expected to arrive on Saturday and Sunday accompanied by heavy snowfall and another round of strong winds.

    A 960 millibar low well offshore will track northeastwards to lie 120 miles southwest of Tofino this afternoon. The low will then Drift northwards and inland while slowly weakening. An Intense Low Pressure System Approaching Vancouver Island This Morning Will Spread Snow Or Rain At Times Heavy To The South Coast Mountains Today Through Saturday Morning. Strong Southerly Winds Gusting Up To 100 Km/H Are Expected Associated With The System.

    Today Alpine..Snow Heavy At Times. Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 4. Snowfall Accumulation 10 To 15 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southeast 20 Km/H Increasing This Morning To 30 To 50 Gusting To 70. Tonight..Snow Heavy At Times. Alpine Low Minus 5. Snowfall Accumulation 10 To 15 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southeast 30 To 50 Km/H Gusting To 70.

    Today Valley.. Periods of snow mixed with rain. Snowfall amount 5 to 10 cm. Windy. Temperature steady near plus 1. Tonight Periods of snow mixed with rain changing to rain overnight. Snowfall amount 5 cm. Temperature steady near plus 1. Saturday Rain mixed with snow changing to snow late in the morning. Snowfall amount 2 to 4 cm. Temperature steady near minus 1. Sunday Cloudy with 70 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 1. High zero. Monday Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 3. High minus 1. Tuesday Snow. Low minus 5. High minus 1.
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    Series of systems

    Whistler Weather forecast

    A low well off the Oregon coast will deepen to 980 millibars and track northeastwards to pass just offshore Cape Scott this Afternoon. The low will move onto the central coast this evening And fill. The associated front will sweep across the south coast This afternoon. A second deep low will move into the southern offshore waters early Friday morning.

    A Low Pressure System Will Approach North Vancouver Island Today Spreading Snow To The South Coast Mountains Today Through Tonight. Another Low Pressure System Will Bring More Precipitation To The Areas On Friday.

    Snowfall warning in effect.
    Today..Periods of snow. Amount 5 to 10 cm. High plus 1.
    Tonight..Snow ending overnight then cloudy with 60 percent chance of
    flurries. Snow mixed with rain this evening. Snowfall amount 10 cm.
    Low minus 1.
    Friday..Cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries early in the morning.
    Snow mixed with rain beginning in the morning. Snowfall amount 10 to
    15 cm. High plus 1.

    Today Alpine..Snow. Alpine High Minus 4. Snowfall Accumulation 5 To 10 Cm.
    Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southeast 20 Km/H Increasing This Afternoon To 40 Gusting To 60.
    Tonight..Snow Heavy At Times. Alpine Low Minus 7. Snowfall Accumulation 10 To 15 Cm. Freezing Level Surface. Mountain Top Winds Southeast 40 Km/H Gusting To 60 Diminishing Overnight To 10.

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    More snow

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    Snowfall warning for
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    Total snowfall accumulations of 15 to 20 cm are expected for Howe Sound and Whistler as well as Central Coast - inland sections tonight through Wednesday.

    An intense pacific frontal system over British Columbia coast is spreading very strong southeasterly winds to Central Coast - coastal sections..North Vancouver Island..West Vancouver Island..East Vancouver Island..Sunshine Coast. The strong winds are expected to abate overnight with the passage of the front. Meanwhile as the front moves southwards strong southeasterly winds will develop over Greater Victoria..Greater Vancouver..Southern Gulf Islands. The strong winds over these regions are expected to ease overnight or Wednesday morning as the front moves inland and weakens.

    The front is currently giving heavy snow to Central Coast - inland sections. It will bring heavy snow to Howe Sound and Whistler tonight through Wednesday with total accumulations of 15 to 20 cm before the front weakens.

    A Warm Front Will Spread A Few Flurries To The Area This Afternoon. A Cold Front Will Cross The South Coast Tonight Giving Heavy Snow Through Wednesday.

    Tonight..Snow Heavy At Times.
    Alpine Low Minus 7.
    Snowfall Accumulation 15 To 25 Cm.
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds South 70 To 110 Km/H.
    Wednesday..Periods Of Snow.
    Alpine High Minus 5.
    Snowfall Accumulation Near 5 Cm.
    Freezing Level At Valley Bottom.
    Mountain Top Winds Southwest 60 To 90 Km/H Easing To 30 To 50 In The Afternoon.
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