Occasional light snow beginning by late morning.
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Updated January 24th at 11:01am
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Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Sunday: Cloudy with occasional light snow beginning late in the morning. Amounts 1 to 2 cm. Wind east to southeast 8 to 20 km/h. High near minus 10 C.
Sunday night: Cloudy with periods of very light snow. Amounts trace to 1 cm. Wind east to northeast 10 to 15 km/h. Low near minus 12 C.
Monday: Periods of very light snow easing to isolated flurries in the morning. Amounts trace to 1 cm. Wind east to northeast 5 to 15 km/h. High near minus 8 C.
A weak weather system moving south along the BC coast spread cloud over the southern interior last night. This system is expected to stall over southwestern BC today and bring occasional light snow to the resort with amounts of 1 to 2 cm expected. Periods of very light snow will continue Sunday night into Monday morning as the stalled system persists. Amounts again will be quite light with only another cm or 2 expected before the snow eases to isolated flurries by Monday afternoon. Winds light east to southeast Sunday then becoming light northeasterly on Monday. Temperatures will remain seasonably cool with highs on the slopes in the -8 to -10 C range.
Tuesday to Thursday: On Tuesday there will be a developing low well off the coast while a weak ridge forming over the southern interior brings mainly cloudy skies with just a chance of light flurries. For Wednesday and Thursday, the low moves to a position off the Washington coast with moisture rotating around the low spreading northward giving occasional light snow to the resort. Initial estimates suggest amounts will be quite light. Winds remain light and temperatures seasonably cool through the period.