There’s still not much snow on the North Shore and low elevation slopes of the South Coast. 20-30 cm of recent snow and blue skies certainly make it look beautiful though. On Dec 29 and 30 I was out touring
North Shore Rescue is providing access to a North Shore Alpine weather forecast produced by meteorologists at RWDI. This is an excellent 4 day mountain weather forecast. You can find it at the bottom of this page: Avalanche Info
Mountain Weather Forecasting for the North Shore Background: Understanding and being able to predict the weather are crucial skills for any outdoor enthusiast. The weather is what drives the formation and evolution of the snowpack and directly influences avalanche conditions.
The topic of El Nino or La Nina and how they relate to our weather and snow conditions is a very popular one. Experts have been predicting that an El Nino pattern will develop this fall or winter, which has led
Since Monday (December 8, 2014) the West Coast of British Columbia has been pummeled by intense weather systems. We’ve seen very strong winds, record high temperatures, and impressive amounts of precipitation. A prolonged Atmospheric River event brought wet and warm weather