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Alpine
Temperature
-5.4 °C
22.3 °F
24 Hour
Snowfall
7 cm
3 in
Mid-Mountain
Temperature
-2.7 °C
27.2 °F
Alpine
Snow Depth
178 cm
70 in

Forecast

Updated at 9:26 PM on February 11, 2016

Friday
Cloudy with a few flurries. Windy.
Daytime high: 0.0°C / 32.0°F
Overnight low: N/A°C / N/A°F
Friday Night
Mainly cloudy. Chance of flurries.
Daytime high: N/A°C / N/A°F
Overnight low: -3.0°C / 26.6°F
Saturday
Cloudy with occasional snow by the evening.
Daytime high: -2.0°C / 28.4°F
Overnight low: -3.0°C / 26.6°F
Sunday
Cloudy with a few flurries.
Daytime high:  -2.0°C / 28.4°F
Overnight low:  -4.0°C / 24.8°F
Monday
Occasional snow.
Daytime high:  -1.0°C / 30.2°F
Overnight low:  -4.0°C / 24.8°F
Tuesday
Cloudy with occasional snow.
Daytime high:  0.0°C / 32.0°F
Overnight low:  -3.0°C / 26.6°F
Detailed Forecast
For Mid Mountain

Friday: Cloudy with a few flurries. 2 to 4 cm. Wind southwest 20 with gusts to 30 km/h in the alpine. High near zero C.

Friday night: Mainly cloudy. A chance of a flurry. Wind southwest 10 to 15 km/h. Low near minus 3 C.

Saturday: Cloudy with occasional snow by the evening. Wind southwest 10 to 15 km/h. High near minus 2 C.
Synopsis
A west to southwest upper flow with a few weak embedded systems in the flow. Flurries at times with occasional snow for later on Saturday. Winds will be gusty today and then lighter for the weekend. Temperatures will be mild with daytime highs zero to minus 2 C.
Extended Outlook
Sunday to Tuesday: We will continue with a west to southwest upper flow over southern B.C. A series of weak systems will give flurries at times, possibly some occasional snow. Not expecting significant amounts. Winds look to be fairly light. The airmass will remain mild with highs continuing to be between minus 2 C and zero C.
Forecast provided by EnviroBC