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The All New 17/18 Weather Outlook Thread

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It's certainly going to be interesting Sunday, Monday and Tuesday as to how much and to what level etc etc

I took this photo of the Serre Che pistes, and there's still a very good coverage up there, as I cycled up to the snow line on the South side on the Col de Granon road circa 2,150 so we could well be skinning up that lower piste if the weather is too bad, or we drive up to the Lautaret - decisions, decisions... Cool



Big bike ride for Tuesday now postponed Laughing
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Oh well stand down - quite staggering how wrong the forecasts were in the end - snow line here looks like 2,000 and around 5-10cm from the looks of things - been spending quite a bit of time looking at the radar and really it's just been a lottery.

I could almost tempted to drive up to the Lautaret for a quick skin but that's currently covered in dense cloud whilst here we have sunshine rolling eyes

Still maybe a break later on hopefully
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definitely not 2000m in Tarentaise......1500m at ste foy webcams show it more like Jan......heavy snow, trees laden....although not settling on the tarmac
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Was pretty sweet in the end Cool


http://youtube.com/v/Cm8laSJB_zE



https://www.strava.com/activities/1571136371
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Wow.

What a season in the Northern Hemisphere.

Snow. Rain. Sun. Rain. More snow...

Zermatt expecting 100-200cm of snow up top this week. Engelberg around 50cm.

Val d'Isere will reopen in June on its non-glacier Winter slopes, for the first time in its 82-year history.

Pics from La Plagne and Val Despair this week.



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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
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davidof wrote:
Meteo France put together an interesting graph showing the hottest and coldest months (on average) since 1900 and then plotting them by decade



There seems to have been a tipping point around 1975/80 with the last decade having over 30 of the hottest months on record.


That chart is insane.

Shows succinctly why all the glaciers are melting and there was so much rain this season.
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