Whistler is once again experiencing a roller-coaster of temperatures and depressing winter weather. The December woes are back, but this didn't discourage some oriental-inspired filming in the burt trees of Blackcomb. The day was slow and slushy, but Leo the cinematographer found a way to piece together an edit. Whistler Gone Warm | We Got Creative | Blackcomb Conditions Feb. 9 | Unofficial Networks

Whistler Gone Warm | We Got Creative | Blackcomb Conditions Feb. 9

Whistler Gone Warm | We Got Creative | Blackcomb Conditions Feb. 9

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Whistler Gone Warm | We Got Creative | Blackcomb Conditions Feb. 9

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Whistler is once again experiencing a roller-coaster of temperatures and depressing winter weather. The December woes are back, but this didn’t discourage some oriental-inspired filming in the burt trees of Blackcomb. The day was slow and slushy, but Leo Ahrens the cinematographer found a way to piece together a well made edit. Enjoy this grey and mossy experience.
Today:
The sky was grey and everything was wet. It tried to snow up high, but managed flurries interspersed with rain. Needless to say, it was warm up there. We stayed in the Burn off of Crystal Chair to make the most of filming. The snow was pretty similar, slow and slushy throughout the mountain anyway. 
The Future:
Up to 4 new centimeters can fall tomorrow, but the freezing level is in the 1600 meter range until Friday night. The temperature is supposed to stay barely below freezing and the freezing level should steadily drop through Wednesday. Not dire circumstances, but not a forecast to replenish the stoke either.

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