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Trysil weather in March?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi guys,

I'm a newbie skier and looking to visit Trysil, Norway between 16th-22nd March. I'm a bit worried about the weather as Accuweather.com is predicting temperatures of up to +8 Celsius during the day.

Will these levels of temperatures cause slushy/melting snow at the resort as I was really looking for a winter wonderland feel and not depressing slushy/melting snow...

Thanks guys!
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@KAJSER, any weather forecast now for mid march is highly likely to change. +8 in mid march would be unseasonably warm for Trysil, but then again this winter has been very warm in Scandinavia.

There will still be snow (and likely plenty of it) but yes if it's that warm it will be soft. Whether that is depressing is, to some extent, a matter of how you see it.
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