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Forecast

Updated at 8:35 PM on September 22, 2014

Tuesday
Increasing cloud. Chance of an afternoon shower.
Daytime high: 17.0°C / 62.6°F
Overnight low: N/A°C / N/A°F
Tuesday Night
Periods of rain.
Daytime high: N/A°C / N/A°F
Overnight low: 11.0°C / 51.8°F
Wednesday
Rain easing to scattered showers. Afternoon sunny periods.
Daytime high: 15.0°C / 59.0°F
Overnight low: 11.0°C / 51.8°F
Thursday
Mainly cloudy. Scattered showers.
Daytime high:  17.0°C / 62.6°F
Overnight low:  8.0°C / 46.4°F
Friday
A mix of sun and cloud.
Daytime high:  16.0°C / 60.8°F
Overnight low:  5.0°C / 41.0°F
Saturday
A mix of sun and cloud.
Daytime high:  16.0°C / 60.8°F
Overnight low:  5.0°C / 41.0°F
Detailed Forecast
For Village level

Tuesday: Increasing cloud. Chance of a shower. Wind southeast 20 km/h. High 17 C.

Tuesday night: Periods of rain. Near 10 mm. Wind southeast 20 km/h. Low 11 C.

Wednesday: Rain easing to scattered showers. Afternoon sunny periods. Wind south 20 km/h. High 15 C.
Synopsis
A warm front from the Pacific will move inland today and bring increasing cloud during the day with rain beginning early this evening. Rain will continue overnight with near 10 millimetres expected. Early on Wednesday, the rain will ease to scattered showers and afternoon sunny periods will develop. Temperatures will be a few degrees cooler on Wednesday.
Extended Outlook
Thursday to Saturday: A deep upper trough will remain along the coast and bring an unstable airmass inland over the region on Thursday, allowing scattered showers. A weak upper ridge will pass through on Friday and Saturday and give a mix of sun and cloud.
Forecast provided by EnviroBC
Wildflower Wednesdays
Please enjoy our weekly blossom updates so you can see how the flowers are progressing and which ones you're likely to find out on the trails on Tod Mountain.

View more in the 'Wildflower Wednesdays' Photo Gallery ›

August 6, 2014: Photos were taken on Saturday, August 2 during the annual 'Reach the Peak' Tod Mountain Summit Guided Hike. The wildflowers on Tod Mountain are holding up very well going into August and you'll still see dense meadows with many varietals. Reports from this weekend's guides, including local resident and Olympic Champion, Nancy Greene, indicate that the flowers are the best they've ever seen them at the higher elevations. This week's recommended hike is #7 West Bowl Trail to #12 Tod's Backside Trail to #11 Tod Peak Trail, finally returning to the chairlift via #9 Gil's Trail. Happy hiking!

Juniper Ridge Loop Juniper Ridge Loop
Tod Peak Trail Tod Peak Trail


July 30, 2014: These images were taken on Sunday, July 27. As you make your way up the Top of the World trail you'll still see a nice variety of many of the wildflowers. The Red Columbine are on their last stretch and the Fireweed is now starting to bloom at the higher elevation. The wildflowers on the Juniper Ridge Loop are still holding strong, offering a picturesque meadow of Arctic Lupines, Indian Paintbrush and others, against the backdrop of the village below. The West Ridge Trail also offers stunning meadows with thousands of flowers, great for photo opportunities. This Saturday, August 2, join the guided hike to Tod Summit and Tod Lake with Nancy Greene and other local guides. Hikers are to meet at the base of Sunburst chairlift at 9:30am, lift ticket in hand. It is a 4–5 hour round trip.

Juniper Ridge Loop Juniper Ridge Loop
Juniper Ridge Loop West Ridge Trail


July 23, 2014: You'll now find most of the wildflowers in bloom on Tod Mountain and the meadows have filled in nicely since last week. Purples, reds, yellows and pinks appear to have been painted in casual strokes across the mountainside, providing for beautiful photo opportunities. Larkspur were just starting to pop up last week and we'll likely see Fireweed starting to bloom in the upper elevation next week, as it is one of the late bloomers. For easy access to the lower meadows, try the Crystal Bowl Loop, #2 on the trail map.

Juniper Ridge Loop Juniper Ridge Loop
Juniper Ridge Loop Gil's Trail


July 16, 2014: The alpine wildflowers season on Tod Mountain has begun early this summer. A wet June and recent hot temperatures have provided the perfect environment for the flowers to start blooming. Young Arctic Lupines and Indian Paintbrush are in abundance in the meadows on the Juniper Ridge Loop. On the lower elevation Vista Trail you'll find plenty of Columbia Lilies and Red Columbines, and the Larkspur are just starting to pop up.

Juniper Ridge Loop Vista Trail
Juniper Ridge Loop Vista Trail