Heavy Snowfall Is Headed For Whistler Blackcomb, BC | 30″ Of Snow Is Forecasted To Fall Friday – Tuesday

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Keaton Carlson taking some POW turns at Whistler Blackcomb. Image: Mitch Winton Photography

It’s early December and Whistler Blackcomb’s forecast is looking GOOD for the foreseeable future. It’s calling for cold temperatures, low winds, and heavy snowfall Friday – Tuesday. The heaviest snowfall is forecasted to fall on Saturday night and Tuesday night.

Whistler Blackomb:

  • 30″ (76cm) of Snow Friday – Tuesday

Whistler Blackcomb opened for the season on November 22nd, 2018.

7 day snowfall totals for Whistler Blackcomb, BC. Image: Tropical Tidbits
Whistler’s 6 day freezing level forecast. Image: snow-forecast.com

Snow levels are expected to hover just above the base of Whistler Blackcomb (653m) Friday – Tuesday. The area may see a mix of snow and rain, but most of the accumulating snowfall will occur above the bottom fourth of the mountain.

Snow is in the forecast Friday – Wednesday. Image: RWDI
Whistler’s 6 day forecast. Image: snow-forecast.com

Whistler Blackcomb: 30″ of Snow Friday – Tuesday

The forecasts for Whistler Blackcomb, BC are calling for 30″ (76cm) of snow Friday – Tuesday. This would really kick-start the ski season at Whistler. The heaviest snowfall is expected to fall on Saturday night and Tuesday night. Temperatures are forecasted to stay well below freezing throughout the storms.

Whistler, B.C. on November 15th, 2017. Image:

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