°C/cm/kph °F/in/mph

Today's Weather

Sunny. Increasing cloud in the afternoon. Cold.

  • Top of the World

    Elevation: 2,080m

    -16
    °C
  • Mid-mountain

    Elevation: 1,855m

    -16
    °C
  • Top of Morrisey

    Elevation: 1,675m

    -10
    °C
  • Valley

    Elevation: 1,255m

    -11
    °C

Snow Conditions

Updated February 27th at 2:13pm

*New snow data is reset at 3:30pm everyday after the lifts close.

  • New Snow *

    4
    cm
  • 24 Hr

    4
    cm
  • 48 Hr

    6
    cm
  • 7 Days

    18
    cm

Snow Base

  • Mid Mountain

    150
    cm
  • Alpine

    163
    cm

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Wind Speeds

Top of the World

Elevation: 2,080m

Direction

SSE

Average

15
kph

Sunburst Express, Tower 18

Elevation: 1,715m

Direction

SE

Average

13
kph

Sundance Express, Tower 20

Elevation: 1,693m

Direction

S

Average

9
kph

Morrisey Express, Tower 10

Elevation: 1,494m

Direction

SSW

Average

7
kph

5-Day Forecast

Forecast for Mid Mountain (updated at 8:00am):

TuesdaySunny. Increasing cloud in the afternoon. Cold. Wind WNW 5-15 km/h becoming SSE 5-15 km/h in the afternoon. High near minus 12 C.

Tuesday night: Snow begins early in the evening. Amount 4 to 8 cm. Wind becoming S-SE 15-20 km/h with gusts of 30 to 40 in the high alpine. Temperatures rise to near minus 10 C by morning.

WednesdaySnow ending early in the morning then cloudy with scattered flurries. Windy. Milder. Wind S-SW 20-30 km/h gusting 40 to 60. High near minus 3 C.

tuesday

Sunny. Increasing cloud in the afternoon. Cold.
Low -18°C High -12°C

tuesday night

Snow begins early in the evening. Amount 4 to 8 cm.
Low -12°C High -10°C

wednesday

Snow ending early in the morning then cloudy with scattered flurries. Windy. Milder.
Low -10°C High -3°C

thursday

Mainly cloudy. Scattered flurries.
Low -8°C High -5°C

friday

Mainly cloudy. Scattered flurries.
Low -10°C High -6°C

saturday

Partly cloudy. Chance of flurries.
Low -12°C High -8°C

Synopsis

A dry Arctic airmass over southern BC will result in a sunny cold start to Tuesday. By afternoon clouds will be on the increase and by early evening snow will begin as a storm approaching the BC coast sends a strengthening SW flow of moist, mild, Pacific air over top of the arctic airmass now in place. Periods of snow will likely continue through Tuesday night then end Wednesday morning as the SW flow aloft becomes strong enough to produce a subsidence break over the resort. A trailing cold front may bring another burst of snow to the resort late in the day on Wednesday. Light SE winds on Tuesday will become moderate and gusty S to SW winds Tuesday night and Wednesday as the storm system crosses central BC. Temperatures will remain cold Tuesday with highs on the slopes near minus 12 C. The strong S to SW flow will result in a rapid rise in temperatures on Wednesday as the arctic air is eroded out of the valley and is replaced by a mild Pacific airmass. Temperatures are now forecast to rise to near minus 3 C at mid-mountain and above zero on the lower slopes by Wednesday afternoon.

Extended Outlook

Thursday to Saturday: A lingering surface trough over southern BC will bring mainly cloudy skies and scattered flurries to the resort throughout the period. Temperatures will trend a little cooler with daytime highs on the slopes near minus 5 C on Thursday and down to about minus 8 by Saturday. Gusty winds are possible on Thursday then lighter winds for Friday and Saturday.

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