Snow Is In The Forecast For Whistler Blackcomb | 20″ of Snow Monday Night – Tuesday

Chris Wallner | | WeatherWeather
Whistler Blackcomb on April 6th, 2017. Image: Mitch Winton – Coast Mountain Photography

Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia, Canada is about to get dumped on. A cold front is expected to mix with a precipitation-heavy storm and impact the area Monday Night – Tuesday, although the cold front is looking like it will stick around for a while. The expected snowfall should make for epic days of skiing & riding on Tuesday & Wednesday.

20″ of Snow Is Forecasted To Fall Monday Night – Tuesday. 

7 day precipitation totals. Image: NOAA
Snow levels for Whistler. Image: Snow-Forecast

Thanks to an incoming cold front, snow levels are expected to occur well below the resort’s lowest chairlift. Although, accumulations are expected to grow with elevation, which should make for incredible conditions at the peak.

Additional Storm Info:

Whistler extended forecast. Image: RWDI
Monday Night – Tuesday is looking DEEP. Image: Snow-Forecast

Whistler Blackcomb: 20″ of Snow Monday Night – Tuesday

Persistent cold temperatures and a period of heavy snowfall is expected to hit Whistler Blackcomb Monday Night – Tuesday. The heaviest period of snowfall is expected to occur throughout Tuesday afternoon. Very cold temperatures are expected to accompany this storm, which will allow precipitation to fall in the form of that highly sought after blower POW!

7 day snowfall totals for BC are looking HUGE. Image: Tropical Tidbits

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