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Whistler this morning—Tuesday, Nov. 28

A quick look at weather, mountain and highway conditions in the resort
The view from Blackcomb at about 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

Happy Tuesday, Whistler! Here's how things are looking out there so far.

Today's forecast calls for mainly sunny skies and a high of about 2 C in Whistler. A high of -7 C is expected overnight, with a few clouds. Looking to tomorrow, forecasters are predicting more sunshine with a high of about 1 C.

On the mountain, WB is forecasting a high of 1 C and a low of -3 C, with light winds. The freezing level sits at 1,400 metres. The mountain operator is reporting no fresh snow in the past 24 hours, and none in the forecast for today.

Lifts running on opening day included Blackcomb Gondola, Excalibur Gondola, Excelerator, Jersey Cream, and Catskinner on Blackcomb Mountain, as well as Whistler Village Gondola, Creekside Gondola, Red Chair, Emerald, and Franz’s Chair on Whistler Mountain.

The available terrain consists of Upper Ego Bowl, Extension/Family Zone, Upper Whiskey Jack, Pig Alley, Orange Peel, Papoose, Lower Pony Trail Bypass/ Cat Track, and Mid Pony Trail Road/ Upper Bear Cub Road on Whistler; and Wishbone, Choker, Easy Out and Lower Catskinner on Blackcomb.

WB is reminding guests to buy their pass products before Dec. 3.

The avalanche danger rating in the Sea to Sky region is currently low, according to Avalanche Canada.

"Isolated features at higher elevations may hold enough snow to be above threshold for avalanches, but early season hazards are more concerning," the avalanche forecaster said on its website.

Want more local weather? Check out Pique's Weatherhood page here.

Find up-to-date webcam views using the Whistler Peak site or app. 

As always, check your favourite weather and conditions apps for the latest, as things can change in an instant out there.

DriveBC is showing no major disruptions on the Sea to Sky this morning.

Follow this link for the latest posted gas prices in the corridor.

Follow @wbmtnops on Twitter for the latest on-mountain conditions.

Stay safe out there, and check back with Pique for all the latest Whistler news. 

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