LONG RANGE SKI AND SNOW FORECAST FOR FRENCH ALPS WINTER 2014

 

November 2013
 A Month under a very active, westerly current influencing many disturbances responsible for heavy rainfall, heavy snowfall in mid and high mountain. Thaw and warmer  phases alternate with cold periods .

December 2013
Always very disturbed and with snowy weather but in the significantly colder periods there will be sunshine in the  lower valley, the sky will be covered in low clouds in the mountains

January 2014
A Long period of cold weather is previewed, sunny, often very cold in the valleys , a real bitter cold . At altitude, it will be nicer with the influence of temperature inversions.

February 2014
This is one of the more disturbed winter months of winter, when it will snow abundantly down as far as the plain as in the mountains. The periods of sun will also be very cold .
March 2014
Still snowfall early in  the month by the westerly current flow,  changing  to the southwest providing spring sunshine and milder conditions. One last cold wave reaches the end of the month with snow right to the plain.

April 2014
Disrupted between cold and mild weather over much of the month then a southerly flow will bring warm and sunny summer time, by the end of the month and the ski season.

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