There was just the odd cloud to spoil the blue today, with a few contrails criss-crossing the sky. There was a good refreeze last night which meant hard pistes this morning, at altitude they took a long time to soften up. So we took a trip down to Boisses where it was quite soft by mid morning, but still plenty of snow. And the lunch venue was La Daille – again at 1230 the pistes were deserted and in good condition. Off piste there was still a very hard crust which was showing little sign of turning to spring snow.High pressure continues to dominate and tomorrow will be another sunny day, a couple of degrees warmer than today. Add another couple of degrees for Thursday and the forecast is the same, the race courses will chop up quickly for the Delancey British National Alpine Championships I think! Friday will be a couple of degrees cooler but again a glorious day although it looks like there may be a stiff breeze at altitude. The weekend is going to be showery with a snow line at around 2100m by day and 1600 by night. As ever with spring showers there will be periods in between and it will feel a bit cooler.
- Tignes Val d’Isere Snow Report & Weather Forecast – 27.03.17
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