The snow will stop soon-ish and the wind will continue to die down. We may even get to see a star or two tonight. The sun may make an appearance just after dawn but on the whole tomorrow will be cloudy with a strong wind at altitude. it will not come as a surprise that it will be a progressive opening of the lifts tomorrow, the avalanche risk remains at Level 4, expect the highest lifts to remain closed. I will say no more. Thursday looks like being one of sunny periods, the clouds will be travelling quickly across the sky, again the high lifts may be closed. Friday will be warm and sunny, those annoying winds will still be around. Beyond that it is all a bit of a lottery, a mix of sunshine and showers on Saturday and Sunday, with a snowline around 1900m. There could be a ‘retour d’est’ after the weekend which could bring a lot or precipitation especially to the east of the area, more on that when the forecast firms up.
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