Powder Alert 03-23
  • FRIDAY: Up to 10 inches
  • SATURDAY: 1 to 3 inches
  • SUNDAY: Trace
  • MONDAY: Sun breaks
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Hello Skiers & Boarders,
We can expect great powder days on Friday and Saturday! During the day today, we'll have light snow showers with perhaps some rain mixed in early. Later in the day, snow levels fall, so snow for late today and into the evening. Then snow off and on for Friday.
By Saturday morning (see first map below) we are expecting 10+ inches (red colors) of cumulative snowfall in many areas. The best part is snow levels will be close to 1000 feet and perhaps lower at times on Friday and Saturday. The cold pattern continues on Sunday and Monday, with snow levels at 1000 to 2000 feet.
The second map is for Whistler Village. By Saturday morning, the map indicates cumulative snow totals of 10 to 12 inches of powder with temperatures remaining below freezing.
Extended Outlook
For Monday to Wednesday, the main part of the storm track and associated snowfall is to our south. With this pattern, we are expecting dry conditions with some sun breaks over this period.
Be safe and have fun out there!
Congratulations to Jack Mitchell from the Mission Ridge Ski Team! U.S. Ski & Snowboard has formally announced the six athletes who have been selected to represent the United States at the 2023 Ski Cross World Junior Championships, which will take place in San Pellegrino, Italy, March 25-28. On the men's side, Tanner Murphy, Jack Mitchell, and Walker Robinson will represent the red, white, and blue. Mitchell, who was on the podium in third at the NorAm Cup at Gore and in the top 10 three times, is ready for the next step. (Jack is second from the left.) Read more at kpq.com