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using the ubc weather forecast

Great break down for precipitation, temps, clouds etc. up the ½ hour!
Check out - MOTh: Cayoosh Summit for a Duffey Lake Forecast

  • Click on "Pacific" radio button
  • Click on bottom right corner "OPEN" where "Meteograms and ENS" connect
  • Next page.
  • Scroll and find "city of choice (Whistler / Kaslo etc.) and click on the bottom pink button "Show Meteograms"
  • Next page.
  • Click on "Combined plots: [Basic variables (PDF)] "  This will give you the most up to date graph.

Average Atmospheric Pressure by Elevation (for use determining cloud cover):

  • 0ft (0m) = 101 kPa
  • 1000ft (300m) = 97.6 kPa
  • 2000ft (600m) = 93.9 kPa
  • 3000ft (900m) = 90.6 kPa
  • 4000ft (1220m) = 87.1 kPa
  • 5000ft (1520m) = 84.2 kPa
  • 6000ft (1830m) = 81.1 kPa
  • 7000ft (2130m) = 78.1 kPa
  • 8000ft (2440m) = 75.0 kPa

Here's a Google Earth file with locations of the weather forecasts. Thanks to Christian Veenstra for the file!

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