The weather tomorrow will now be just like today, the front has delayed a bit. It will start to cloud over after the lifts close and the wind will also pick up. The computer models still can’t agree for Saturday, in fact they have reversed their forecasts of yesterday, just to increase the confusion. Lets just say it will be cloudy and it will be windy (high lifts closed and maybe the links). There could be light precipitation all day with a snowline of 2200m or so during daylight, on the other hand, it might not rain/snow at all! Sunday looks like being cloudy and windy, the sun may peak from behind the clouds in the afternoon. Monday will be super warm with sunny periods, and then it looks showery on Tuesday and Wednesday, with a snow-line of 2200m or so during the day dropping to 1800m or so at night.
Wall to wall sunshine all day, it must be nearly summer. There was a hard frost last night though, so the pistes were hard first thing and one or two that hadn’t been pisted were a real test for the fillings! It was a day for off piste today, so we set off for Le Fornet, via Laisinant. The pisteurs have rerouted Table D’Orientation which has made that notorious red run just about skiable. There was some great snow in Pays Desert, all aspect dependant of course. The same also applied to Cugnai, a real mixed bag.