Life above the clouds: The week of inversions at Big White Ski Resort

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The clouds came up to meet us on the mountain this week - and while it's been a little grey in the Village, skiers and snowboarders have been heading straight up the chairlifts to check out the sea of clouds before their eyes.

It's all due to a weather pattern called an inversion, where colder temperatures become trapped under a layer of warm air and form some incredible cloud formations.

Luckily for us, it all makes for some spectacular footage. Here's the sunset over the T-Bar on Sunday night, the 10th January 2016...

And here's some of the footage our guests and photographers have shared throughout the week...

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via @kristinahelenn

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via @kaylaiso

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via @k.hogann


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via @codylatino

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