This is what happens when it snows 58cm overnight in Whistler

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They called for 10-15cm of snow overnight.

…Whistlerites woke up to 58cm of fresh pow, and things escalated quickly.

After waiting 2+ hours in the freezing rain for lifts to open, those who braved the wet and cold were treated to a powder day of epic proportions.

Here’s an inside look at the action:

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Whistler weekends never disappoint.

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Cully brought the snow back from Japan :)

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Deep sundaysss #smilin @joshvisser1

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Where did my skis go? #powfordays #titsdeep #newyearoutside

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ate some shit today 🤙🏻 #powderdays #sostoked

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it’s a bit deep 🏂 #justlikeme #snowmageddon

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