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Whistler Blackcomb Temperature and Snowfall History:

Snowfall updated: Sunday January 17th, 2021 at 5am Temperatures updated: 6:00AM
-6.2°C -3.2°C -3.7°C -2.3°C 1.4°C -6.0°C -3.8°C -2.4°C ❅12hr ❅24hr ❅48hr ❅7day 0 cm 0 cm 2 cm 69 cm ❅Base 289 cm ❅Base 289 cm
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Forecast


GFS Forecast Updated:  
10 Day snow total
10 day rain total
24 Hour Snow total
GFS Elevation
top/bottom
Location:
Jan 17, 2021: 6am
10.9 cm
0 mm
8.6 cm
1360 m
675-2284m
Whistler
35.1 cm
0 mm
19.6 cm
901 m
900-1900m
Squamish
14.1 cm
0 mm
11 cm
1515 m
900-2200m
Callaghan
17.9 cm
0 mm
9.4 cm
1564 m
1600-2200m
Spearhead
5.7 cm
0 mm
3.8 cm
1406 m
1300-2700m
Duffey
10.5 cm
0 mm
7.3 cm
1422 m
1200-2000m
Coquihalla
27.5 cm
4.6 mm
8.7 cm
836 m
900-1300m
Northshore
1.5 cm
31.5 mm
0 cm
38 m
0-0m
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Avalanche Canada - Sea To Sky
Date Issued:
Valid Until:
Forecaster:ahanna

A lick of new snow may slide easily on the crust. A high degree of uncertainty around deep layers in a complex snowpack is best managed through conservative terrain selection. This is not the best time to dive into ultra committing lines.
Rating
Problems
Details
Sun, 17 JanMon, 18 JanTue, 19 Jan
Alpine3 Considerable3 Considerable2 Moderate
Treeline2 Moderate2 Moderate2 Moderate
Below Treeline1 Low1 Low1 Low
Confidence: High

    Travel and Terrain Advice

    • Be careful as you transition into wind affected terrain.
    • Cornice failure may trigger large avalanches.
    • Be aware of the potential for large avalanches due to the presence of buried persistent weak layers.
    • In times of uncertainty conservative terrain choices are our best defense.
    Avalanche Canada - South Coast Inland
    Date Issued:
    Valid Until:
    Forecaster:ahanna

    Watch for residual wind slabs that may be sensitive to human triggers. With a high degree of uncertainty around deep layers in a complex snowpack, this may not be the time to dive into ultra committing lines.
    Rating
    Problems
    Details
    Sun, 17 JanMon, 18 JanTue, 19 Jan
    Alpine2 Moderate2 Moderate2 Moderate
    Treeline2 Moderate2 Moderate2 Moderate
    Below Treeline1 Low1 Low1 Low
    Confidence: Moderate
    • Recent weather patterns have resulted in a high degree of snowpack variability within the region.

    Travel and Terrain Advice

    • Be careful with wind loaded pockets, especially near ridge crests and roll-overs.
    • Pay attention to cornices and give them a wide berth when traveling on or below ridges.
    • Be aware of the potential for large avalanches due to the presence of buried weak layers.
    • When a thick, melt-freeze surface crust is present, avalanche activity is unlikely.
    Avalanche Canada - South Coast
    Date Issued:
    Valid Until:
    Forecaster:ahanna

    New snow may slide easily on the hard crust. Loose snow avalanches may start small but can gain mass and push you around. If you get knocked off your feet, you'll slide easily on the crust too.
    Rating
    Problems
    Details
    Sun, 17 JanMon, 18 JanTue, 19 Jan
    Alpine2 Moderate2 Moderate1 Low
    Treeline2 Moderate2 Moderate1 Low
    Below Treeline2 Moderate1 Low1 Low
    Confidence: High

      Travel and Terrain Advice

      • Closely monitor how the new snow is bonding to the crust.
      • Keep in mind the crust offers an excellent bed surface for avalanches.
      • Loose avalanches may start small but they can grow and push you into dangerous terrain.

      ↓ - Whistler Forecast

      SundayRain mixed with wet snow ending this morning then mainly cloudy. High plus 4. UV index 1 or low.
      Sunday nightPartly cloudy. Low minus 3.
      MondayA mix of sun and cloud. Becoming sunny in the morning. High plus 3. UV index 2 or low.
      Monday nightClear. Low minus 5.
      TuesdayA mix of sun and cloud with 30 percent chance of flurries or rain showers. High plus 1.
      Tuesday nightCloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries or rain showers. Low minus 2.
      WednesdayCloudy. High plus 1.
      Wednesday nightCloudy. Low minus 4.
      ThursdayCloudy. High minus 1.
      Thursday nightCloudy periods. Low minus 6.
      FridayA mix of sun and cloud. High plus 1.
      Friday nightCloudy periods. Low minus 7.
      SaturdayA mix of sun and cloud. High minus 1.

      ↓ - Squamish Forecast

      SundayPeriods of rain or drizzle ending this morning then mainly cloudy. High plus 5. UV index 1 or low.
      Sunday nightA few clouds. Low minus 1.
      MondayMainly sunny. High 6. UV index 2 or low.
      Monday nightClear. Low minus 1.
      TuesdayShowers. High plus 3.
      Tuesday nightShowers. Low plus 1.
      WednesdayCloudy. High plus 3.
      Wednesday nightCloudy. Low minus 1.
      ThursdayA mix of sun and cloud. High plus 4.
      Thursday nightCloudy periods. Low minus 4.
      FridayA mix of sun and cloud. High plus 3.
      Friday nightClear. Low minus 5.
      SaturdayA mix of sun and cloud. High plus 1.

      ↓ - Vancouver Forecast

      SundayPeriods of drizzle or rain ending this morning then cloudy. Windy near the Strait of Georgia late this afternoon. High 8.
      Sunday nightPartly cloudy. Windy near the Strait of Georgia this evening. Low plus 4.
      MondayMainly sunny. Fog patches dissipating in the morning. High 7. UV index 1 or low.
      Monday nightClear. Low plus 1.
      TuesdayA mix of sun and cloud with 60 percent chance of showers. High 6.
      Tuesday nightCloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. Low plus 3.
      WednesdayCloudy. High 6.
      Wednesday nightCloudy. Low plus 3.
      ThursdayCloudy. High 6.
      Thursday nightCloudy periods. Low minus 2.
      FridayA mix of sun and cloud. High 6.
      Friday nightCloudy periods. Low minus 4.
      SaturdayCloudy with 60 percent chance of showers. High plus 4.

      ↓ - Western Satelite Loop

      Satelite Loading

      Sea to Sky - Squamish to Whistler

      SundayRain ending this morning then mainly cloudy.
      Sunday nightClearing this evening.
      MondaySunny.

      ↓ - Whistler Nowcast

      ↓ - Squamish Nowcast




      History

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      Sea to Sky Town Weather Histroy

      ↓ - Load 7 day Weather Histroy

      Currently:Squamish Callaghan Whistler Pemberton
      Temperature: 4.6 ℃ -0.1 ℃ 1.4 ℃ 1.6 ℃
      24hr Liq. Precip: 7.5 mm3.5 mm 1.0 mm 0.7 mm
      Snow Depth: 0.0 cm157.0 cm NA 6.0 cm



      Nearby Weather Station Histories

      Load 7 Day Weather History
      Current Weather:
      CayooshSummit
      1350m
      BlowdownPeak
      2320m
      BlowdownMid
      1890m
      CoquihallaSummit
      1230m
      GreatBear
      1710m
      LittleBear
      1660m
      SquamishUpper
      1340m
      PembertonUpper
      1680m
      Cayley
      1588m
      Temperature(C) -2.0 -6.9 -4.4 -1.4 -3.7 -3.2 -2.7 -3.8 -0.1
      Liq Precip Last 24Hr 0.0 mm 0.0 mm 0.0 mm 0.0 mm 0.0 mm 0.0 mm 0.0 mm 0.0 mm mm
      Snow Depth120 cm157 cm163 cm272 cm311 cm780 cm24 cm
      Wind↘ at 7.0 km/h↘ at 16.5 km/h↘ at 15.8 km/h↘ at 4.1 km/h




      Remote Observations

      ↓ - Load 7 day Snowpillow History

      Loch Lomond 1070m
      Bralorne 1382m
      Total
      7 day Change





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