Snow Forecast 12 pm 21 Jan 2018(local time) Weather Forecast for Meribel at 2202 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Méribel Weather Summary:A heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Mon morning. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 1°C on Mon morning, min -6°C on Sun morning). Winds decreasing (fresh winds from the WNW on Mon morning, calm by Tue night).
Days 4-6 Méribel Weather Summary:A heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Thu night. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 3°C on Wed morning, min -10°C on Fri night). Wind will be generally light.
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- Snowing heavily at Sainte Foy.
- Snowing at Les Avanchers.
- Snow falling in Val d'Isere.
- Very heavy snow in Sainte Foy. Live video from Whiteroomchalet. [link]
- Snow falling heavily in Les Arcs.
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Resort name is also written as Meribel.
Visitor Reviews of Méribel
Salvo from France writes:
Meribel. Right here just now end of season 2015 last days of March to Easter.
Snow is getting wet at bottom end of Mottaret into Meribel. Gets a bit patchy but we are having lots of snow/rain down low at the moment.
Yesterday it was like skiing on "baked alaska" off-piste with light crust on 18 inches of fresh snow at the top of Saluire; top lifts were not open due to avalanche risk. Some great off-piste especially for boarders who could sit on the top.
On-piste good snow not too many people.
I haven't been here for 12 years so delighted to find/be reminded of huge resort with lots for my 7&9 yr olds to ski on-piste; lovely reds and blues, but with the eldest some great challenging off-piste not too far from the lifts with some great snow barely touched. Can't wait for the blasting to stop and the avalanche risk to lower so we can go further off-piste.
Been to one spenny restaurant at 150€ for 5 which, given 3 were kids menus, was steep but you can generally get away with around 100€ with 3 meals, carafe of white and 2 kids menus (eldest generally goes for adult menus).
Lovely staff even gave an extra 25cl carafe offered by house yesterday. Just try to speak French and everyone is lovely.
Given late season snow is excellent, snow is great and pistes are magnificently empty. Haven't been down to Meribel bar scene given kids but I imagine it's a little quiet just given the numbers on the slopes. There'll likely be one or two joints hopping though as seasonal workers still go out right?
End of season parties are all next week and snow is great; we can see a new 40cms covering the car and car park which were clear yesterday at Mottaret. Excited to get out there.
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