Cloudy with sunny periods. Isolated flurries.
Top of the World
Top of Morrisey
Measured at mid mountain. Updated December 12th at 7:29pm
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Crystal Chair, Tower 10
Sunburst Express, Tower 18
Sundance Express, Tower 20
Morrisey Express, Tower 10
Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Wednesday: Cloudy with sunny breaks. Isolated flurries. Wind southwest 20 to 30 km/h. High near minus 4 C.
Wednesday night: Cloudy with a few flurries. 1 to 3 cms. Wind southwest to west 20 km/h. Low near minus 5 C.
Thursday: Mainly cloudy. A few flurries. Wind south 20 with gusts to 35 km/h in the alpine. High near minus 1 C.
No major systems are expected for today. An unstable airmass could give a flurry or two. A weak trough will give a few flurries for tonight. Instability will give some flurries for Thursday but amounts will be light. Gusty winds likely especially for the afternoons. Daytime highs will be near minus 4 C for today then trending milder for Thursday with a high near freezing at mid mountain.
Friday through Sunday: We will continue with the current unsettled weather pattern. Some flurries will be likely but not expecting any strong systems. Saturday looks like the sunniest day as a weak ridge builds over southern B.C.. Winds gusty at times on all days. Daytime temperatures rising to a degree or two below freezing except a little cooler for Saturday.