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Thursday night: Showers north and showers likely south. Snow level lowering to 4000 feet north and 5000 feet south. Pass winds southwest 10 to 20 mph.

 

Friday: Showers. Snow level 4500 feet north and 5000 feet south.

 

Friday night: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Snow level 5500 feet.

 

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. Snow level 6500 feet.

 

 

freshiez.

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i was wondering when someone would post a thread about the upcoming weather....

 

i hope this storm delivers...waiting to see what shows up on baker's and rainier's telemetry stations, but if theres any decent amount of precip thurs and friday, i'll be wandering around on rainier saturday hoping theres something other than horribly suncupped dirty neve to slide around on.

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oh shut up dru! it's about to become ski season. this year i'm fully embracing the ski season. no more half hearted outings. i'm in. wahoo. let it snow!!

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hey...i'll meet you there...i'm gonna try this ski stuff this year...

 

PSYCH...skiing's fukin' stoopud...i'm climbing!

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hey...i'll meet you there...i'm gonna try this ski stuff this year...

 

PSYCH...skiing's fukin' stoopud...i'm climbing!

 

What a dickbag.

 

The stoke is building for my second season.

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not quite time for the webcam extreme photopost yet I guess

 

maybe now...

 

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whistler's looking a little snowy this afternoon

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I'm stepping out on a limb, I predict this season will be better than last! bigdrink.gifbigdrink.gif

 

If that is true then it's gonna be off the hook!!!!!! W0000t!

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WHISTLER, BC, September 14, 2006 - Winter provided Whistler with a sneak peek of what's to come as the resort received the first snowfall of the season last night. Over 15 centimetres was measured this morning at the Roundhouse Lodge on Whistler Mountain (1,850 metres/6,069 feet),

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