To make the most of your mountain experience, Big White Mountain Resort provides a daily custom weather forecast for you. Visitors should be aware that mountain weather can be variable and change quickly. Daytime temperatures can be 5C to 10C degrees cooler at the summit and sky conditions may vary with elevation. Summit levels are also often breezier as wind flows unimpeded by trees and buildings. If you are headed to the top, be prepared, dress appropriately and you be sure to enjoy all that Big White Mountain Resort has to offer.
Wednesday winds: light southwesterly winds to start, breezier in the afternoon and evening. Freezing levels rising to over 2500m.
Despite Wednesday’s mild southwesterly weather pattern, our freezing levels will drop by Thursday night, putting an end to the risk of mixed precipitation by Friday morning.
3 to 5 Day Outlook
A low developing off the North Coast of BC will keep flurries in the forecast on Saturday. A low moving in from the southwest will bring snow to the resort on Sunday.
Valley Base (City of Kelowna) - 344m (1,128 ft)
Bottom of Gem Lake Express – 1,511m (4,957 ft)
Village Centre – 1,755m (5,757 ft)
Summit – 2,319m (7,606 ft)