°C/cm/kph °F/in/mph

Today's Weather

A mix of sun and cloud.

  • Top of the World

    Elevation: 2,080m

    -10
    °C
  • Mid-mountain

    Elevation: 1,855m

    -9
    °C
  • Top of Morrisey

    Elevation: 1,675m

    -7
    °C
  • Valley

    Elevation: 1,255m

    -5
    °C

Snow Conditions

Updated December 9th at 3:09pm

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

  • New Snow *

    0
    cm
  • 24 Hr

    0
    cm
  • 48 Hr

    0
    cm
  • 7 Days

    6
    cm

Snow Base

  • Mid Mountain

    76
    cm
  • Alpine

    73
    cm

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Wind Speeds

Top of the World

Elevation: 2,080m

Direction

NNW

Average

7
kph

Sunburst Express, Tower 18

Elevation: 1,715m

Direction

SSW

Average

2
kph

Sundance Express, Tower 20

Elevation: 1,693m

Direction

SW

Average

5
kph

Morrisey Express, Tower 10

Elevation: 1,494m

Direction

WSW

Average

4
kph

5-Day Forecast

Forecast for Mid Mountain (updated daily by approx. 8:00am): 

Friday: A mix of sun and cloud. Increasing cloud late day. Wind S 25 km/h. Gusty winds in the alpine by late day. High near minus 8 C.

Friday night: Cloudy with evening flurries. Periods of snow overnight. 3 to 6 cms. Wind SSW 20 km/h with gusts to 40 km/h in the alpine. Low near minus 8 C.

Saturday: Periods of snow in the morning. Easing to afternoon flurries. 5 to 8 cms. Wind SSE 25 km/h with gusts to 45 km/h in the alpine. High near minus 8 C.

friday

A mix of sun and cloud.
Low -11°C High -8°C

friday night

Periods of snow overnight. Windy.
Low -9°C High -9°C

saturday

Periods of snow in the morning. Easing to pm flurries. Windy.
Low -12°C High -9°C

sunday

A mix of sun and cloud.
Low -12°C High -8°C

monday

A mix of sun and cloud.
Low -12°C High -10°C

tuesday

A mix of sun and cloud.
Low -11°C High -7°C

Synopsis

An upper trough will gradually move into the interior during the short range forecast period. An upper low will develop just west of Vancouver Island and circulation around this low will provide mid level moisture. Snow is expected. The main snow event will be from Friday night to midday Saturday. Total snowfall with this system in the 6 to 12 cm range. The snow will ease to flurries by Saturday afternoon.  Gusty winds especially for the alpine on Saturday. Daytime highs on the slopes will range from minus 7 C to minus 10 C.

Extended Outlook

Sunday to Tuesday: The upper low will now move down the Washington coast and away from B.C. This will end the snow chances for the area as drier air will invade from northern B.C. There will be a mix of sun and cloud for the outlook period. Winds will trend lighter. Daytime highs on the slopes will be in the minus 8 C to minus 10 C range.

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