Tignes Val d’Isere Snow Report & Weather Forecast – 31.03.16

Meteo Mike Snow Reports Tignes Val d'IsereBy Meteo Mike

There was the odd glimpse of the sun today but it was mainly cloudy and we had some drizzle in the village. High winds also closed a number of lifts in both Tignes and Val d’Isere and at times it was pretty grim out there. I’m afraid I have little solace to offer for tomorrow – it will be grey and windy with drizzly showers all day with a snowline at around 2500m, and it will be a bit cooler than today.

Those weak fronts are still ambling around making precise forecasts difficult but it should warm up on Saturday, with mainly sunny periods and the chance of a shower. That pesky wind remains – again the snowline will be well above the villages so little to bother the roads for the 28,000 vehicles arriving and the 26,000 leaving – of course there will still be traffic jams near the tunnels and through Moutiers. Sunday looks like a replica of Saturday. Monday and Tuesday look similar with light showers but at least the wind will have disappeared (hopefully).

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