El Niño predictions – Not correct so far!
Posted: Nov 11, 2015 | Media , Video , Newsletters , Blog
Despite the dry and dire long-range forecasts of a mild and dreary winter, the snow has been accumulating quickly at higher elevations since the end of October.
Even though it’s early November, there is already enough snow to get around in many parts of our tenure and get cat roads compacted before the next storm. Our road builder Andy has been road building since Sunday and is reporting an average snow depth of 140cm at 2100m.
A powerful storm is forecasted to hit British Columbia on Thursday afternoon bringing heavy snowfall to our area through Sunday. Long range forecast also predicts another comparable storm to materialise next week.
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