Beginning today, much of the South Coast of British Columbia will experience mostly sunny and cold conditions.
According to Environment Canada, a strong area of high pressure has moved over the region, bringing sunshine through the end of the weekend. Temperatures will be cold, with daytime highs hovering between 6°C to 8°C and nighttime lows hovering at freezing.
No precipitation is currently in the forecast until Monday.
Local ski resorts have been busy with getting their snowmaking equipment fully operational to take advantage of the current ideal snowmaking conditions.
With natural snowfall supplemented by artificial snow, Whistler Mountain will open early tomorrow while Blackcomb Mountain will open on Thursday, November 26, as originally scheduled. Massive snow dumps will also allow the North Shore’s Cypress Mountain to open early this Friday.