Heavy Snowfall Is Headed For Whistler Blackcomb, BC Early Next Week | 22-31″ of Snow Is Forecasted To Fall Tuesday – Thursday

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Whistler, B.C. December 9th, 2016. photo: Coast Mountain Photography

It’s the middle of October and Whistler Blackcomb’s forecast is looking GOOD for the foreseeable future. It’s calling for cold temperatures, low winds, and heavy snowfall Tuesday – Thursday. Then, another system is expected to move through next weekend.

22-31″ (56-79cm) of snow is forecasted to fall Tuesday – Thursday at Whistler Blackcomb, BC.

7 day snowfall totals are looking good for British Columbia, Canada. Image: Tropical Tidbits
Whistler’s 9 day freezing level forecast. Image: snow-forecast.com

Snow levels are expected to hover just above the base of Whistler Blackcomb (653m) Tuesday – Thursday. 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.

The forecast is calling for 31″ of snow Tuesday – Thursday. Image: RWDI
Whistler’s 9 day forecast. Image: snow-forecast.com

Whistler Blackcomb: 22-31″ of Snow Tuesday – Thursday

The forecasts for Whistler Blackcomb, BC are calling for anywhere from 22-31″ (56-79cm) of snow Tuesday – Thursday. This would really kick-start the ski season at Whistler. The heaviest snowfall is expected to fall Wednesday night, when the temperature will be substantially below freezing.

Whistler on December 2nd, 2015. photo: Coast Mountain Photography

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