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2014 Winter Outlook: British Columbia


Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 6:00 AM - The Weather Network’s meteorologists have released this year’s Winter Outlook, forecasting the months of December, January and February. 

Aside from the national outlook, we produce localized outlooks for individual regions. Look below for the outlook for British Columbia, with a video breakdown up above.

Last year, southern B.C. saw slightly less than average snowfall and this year also shows challenging signs for avid skiers and snowboarders. 

A combination of higher than average temperatures and below normal precipitation is expected for the south coast of B.C., with near normal precipitation and temperatures expected throughout the rest of the province. 


Watch other regional winter outlooks: National | Prairies | Ontario and Quebec | Atlantic Canada


Region Temperature Outlook Precipitation Outlook
British Columbia Above normal in most of the southern part of the province. Near normal elsewhere. Below normal in the southern part of the province. Near normal elsewhere.

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