Welcome to the FALL of 2018.

This page serves to aggregate many sources of relevant weather data and information and is in constant development. We hope that the information here serves the outdoor sports community in helping make better decisions about their outdoor activities.

Although this page is geo-specific to Red and Granite Mountains near Rossland, BC, many of the tools apply to much of the Pacific North West.

For more information about weather in general, see weather and meteorology.

Stormcast – October 22, 2018

Daily updates resume on December 1, 2018

Synopsis

Cooler days and shorter sunlight hours – winter is on the way!

For more info, see U of WA – Precipitation Forecast, 72 hour – Pacific North-West

Current Conditions

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Red Mountain Resort Snow Report

Whitewater Ski Area Snow Report

Drive BC Highway Information

Drive BC Highway Web Cams

Environment Canada – Silver Star Doppler Radar

Canada Weather Stats  (zoom in for more stations)

BC Interactive Fire Map – UPDATED

Lightning Map – British ColumbiaUPDATED

Latest Earthquakes – Pacific North West

Forecasts

Environment Canada – High Elevation Text Forecast

Environment Canada – Traveller Text Forecast

Red Mountain Resort Official Forecast

Canadian Avalanche Association – Kootenay Boundary Forecast

The Weather Network – 14 Day Trend

US National Weather Service – Climate Prediction Center – 30 Day Outlook

Weather Discussions

MJO – Maden-Jullian Oscillation (Wikipedia)

El Niño (Wikipedia)

La Niña (Wikipedia)

Cliff Mass Weather Blog

Forecaster Blog – Canadian Avalanche Association

Mountain Weather Forecast – North West Avalanche Center

Advanced Forecast Tools

 

Zoom to area of interest, play with the weather overlay controls on lower right, go to the Windy TY web site for 12 day forecast options!

U of WA – Precipitation Forecast, 180 hour – Eastern Pacific Ocean

U of WA – Precipitation Forecast, 72 hour – Pacific North-West

U of WA – Snowfall Forecast, 72 hour – Pacific North-West

U of WA – Surface Temperature and Surface Wind, 72 hour – Pacific North-West

U of WA – Temp/Wind @ 5000′, 72 Hour – Pacific North-West

U of WA – Temp/Wind @ 4000′, 72 Hour – Pacific North-West

 

Weather imagery and data courtesy of AccuWeather, UNISYS, University of Washington – Atmospheric Sciences, The Weather Network, Canadian Avalanche Association and Environment Canada.

Special thanks to the Canadian Avalanche Association for their Kootenay Boundary Weather Forecast

Special thanks to Red Mountain Resort for their Web Cam feeds.

Special thanks to Whitewater Ski Resort for their Web Cam feeds.

Layout and page maintenance by Digital Synergy

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