Awesome job mate. Looking forward to the next one as we get closer to winter proper.https://longrangesnowcenter.blogspot.com/2018/09/september-2018-19-northern-hemisphere.html
Some thoughts into how the season may pan out for both sides of the country, as well as other parts of the Northern Hemisphere. Including insight into the models and the climate drivers influencing the continent.
I have skied in rain at Big White in January by the way! It can happen.Yep, spoke with the family in Banff and Calgary got hammered. Less at Louise, Banff and Sunshine though. It's a bit late this year compared to the last 2. In Whistler 2nd week of Jan. Worried about rain. Been at Banff and Big White and its only POW there. Thoughts?
No way to predict it this far out so just go and have fun. Alpine usually a safe bet as discussed. New Blackcomb gondola means less chance of getting wet at the bottom...I have skied in rain at Big White in January by the way! It can happen.
Whistler's vertical makes it very different to Banff and Big White (as well as the maritime climate obviously). You should expect rain at village and lower levels (doesn't mean it is guaranteed, but it's very common). That means it'll snow in the alpine. To say that the terrain up there is different from Big White is a colossal understatement!
It did. And not just along the coast. Georgia is a mess.Micheal could get a bit nasty.
A lot of folks who evacuated still dont know how their houses were affected.It did. And not just along the coast. Georgia is a mess.
92 out of 100 counties in the state of North Carolina where I live have flash flood warnings for tomorrow. Could get over 5 inches of rain in the next day in central NC. NC State Fair was supposed to open in Raleigh but will delay a day. That's a big deal financially. Most counties in central NC have cancelled school due to the threat of high winds, rain, and tornadoes. Univ. of Wilmington on the coast just re-opened for classes on Oct. 8 after severe flooding and damage from Hurricane Florence. Students had to evacuate on Sept. 10, a few days before the storm made landfall right over campus. Had to cancelled classes again for the end of this week.