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 Today – Saturday. The heaviest snowfall is forecasted to fall on Wednesday night and Friday afternoon.
In the past 7 days, Whistler Blackcomb has received 10″ (26cm) of snow. This season, they’ve received 53″ (135cm), so this storm could double their season total snowfall.
- 67″ (171cm) of Snow Today – Saturday
Whistler Blackcomb opened for the season on November 22nd, 2018.
Snow levels are expected to hover just above the base of Whistler Blackcomb (653m) Today – Saturday. 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.
Tuesday night – Wednesday and Friday afternoon – Saturday snow levels are forecasted to drop below the resort’s bottom lift.
Whistler Blackcomb: 67″ of Snow Today – Saturday
The forecasts for Whistler Blackcomb, BC are calling for 67″ (171cm) of snow Today – Saturday. This storm could really kick-start the ski season at Whistler. The heaviest snowfall is expected to fall on Wednesday night and Friday afternoon. Temperatures are forecasted to stay well below freezing throughout the storms.