From the Old Farmer’s Almanac “What we see for Metro Vancouver is pretty simple — above normal cold, above normal precipitation, and an above normal amount of that coming in the form of snow,” says Managing Editor Jack Burnett.
Don’t get caught needing to pay full price for the increasing cost of lift and trail tickets next year – take advantage of our Pre-Season Season Pass Sale before November 1st for your lowest priced Downhill Skiing, Snowboarding or Cross Country Skiing – we’ve got an exciting long-range weather forecast so we’re expecting plenty of snow!
Winter 2016/17 Forecast(s):
- From News1130: http://www.news1130.com/2016/08/17/cooling-you-down-with-predictions-of-…
- NOAA has predicted La Niña for next winter could mean big snow for the Pacific Northwest. http://www.tetongravity.com/story/news/noaa-predicts-la-nina-for-next-winter
- Weather International “Winter 2016/17 will be epic across much of the Northern Hemisphere with cold and snow as a major La Nina develops and the 30-year Pacific Decadal Oscillation Cycle (PDO) plummets back into the cold phases.” We’re not sure what a Decadal Oscillation Cycle is, but we’re all in to find out next season!!