Meribel Snow Report 24.01.2014

Good Morning from Meribel
As I write this, I am pleased to report that we have had more of the white stuff, but there is still a certain chill in the air. Temperatures have been falling over the last week or so with the temperate reaching -13 degrees, so wrap up warm and make sure you stock up on drinking the Van Chau or Hot chocolates in one of the charming bars dotted around the mountain and Meribel. I do have a weakness for the hot chocolate at The Evolutions or Evo to the locals.
This week for skiing has been one of the best, especially Wednesday just gone, the sky was paved in blue and not a single cloud in the sky, and one could say the sun had is hat on.The rep team and I decided to take full advantage of this weather and made a full day of it over in Val Thorens.
The good news was that we could hit every run hard from Pluviometre a nice blue to col de l’audzin at the top of the Cime Caron.This was a red like no other fast, tight corners and rolling sections more fun than riding a crazed bull through the streets of Meribel.
The snow is great at the moment in Meribel, Courchevel & Val Thorens and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Morning -5°C Afternoon -4°C
Wind: 11km/h – S / Snow: Base: 65cm – Quality: FRESH / Rain-Snow Limit: 200m / Last Snowfall: 24/01/2014 – 5 cm
Morning -5°C Afternoon -4°C
Wind: 11km/h – S / Snow: Base: 70cm – Quality: FRESH / Rain-Snow Limit: 500m / Last Snowfall: 24/01/2014 – 7 cm
Days 0-3 Méribel Weather Summary:
A heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Sun night. Temperatures will be below freezing (max -2°C on Sat morning, min -11°C on Fri morning). Wind will be generally light.
Days 4-6 Méribel Weather Summary:
A light covering of new snow, mostly falling on Tue night. Temperatures will be well below freezing (max -7°C on Wed afternoon, min -13°C on Mon afternoon). Wind will be generally light.