Summer hasn’t even officially come to an end yet and the first sprinkling of snow has already fallen at Whistler Blackcomb.
The ski resort posted a video of the overnight dusting of snow on its Instagram page today.
“This is not a drill. First snow of the season on 7th Heaven this morning!” wrote Whistler Blackcomb.
The summit is the “highest lift-accessed point in the Coast Mountain Range” states the resort on its website.
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Whistler Blackcomb’s live cams show a dusting of snow at both 7th Heaven and Whistler Peak.
Today’s alpine weather conditions for Whistler Blackcomb include periods of wet snow mixed and rain with a high of 3 °C expected at the Roundhouse and Rendezvous points, which have an elevation of 1,850 metres.
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