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haggis
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East of Pemberton weather forecast tools
« on: 01/24/17, 08:57 AM »

Anyone got any good British Columbia weather forecast tools besides avalanche.ca?  Heading there this weekend and wanting to scope out the weather through Sunday. 

Thanks!
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Re: East of Pemberton weather forecast tools
« Reply #1 on: 01/24/17, 09:06 AM »

spot.wx is what most people use in BC, IME, unless you happen to be near a ski area that has hired someone.

If you're just talking about Joffre, Whister's web page and spot.wx are probably the best bets.
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Re: East of Pemberton weather forecast tools
« Reply #2 on: 01/24/17, 09:17 AM »

That's an awesome tool, thanks for this.  great to have the different models to check also.

We're heading to Birkenhead direction.
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Re: East of Pemberton weather forecast tools
« Reply #3 on: 01/24/17, 04:47 PM »

Wow, can't believe I didn't know about this thing! Spot looks great.

The UW weather model has coverage of that area on the 12km grid if you really want to nerd out:
https://www.atmos.washington.edu/mm5rt/
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