Snow Forecast 11 am 27 Nov 2015(local time) Weather Forecast for Nevis Range at 656 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Nevis Range Weather Summary:Light rain (total 6.0mm) on Fri morning. Becoming colder with heavy fall of snow, heaviest during Fri morning. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 5°C on Fri morning, min -2°C on Fri afternoon). Mainly gales.
Days 4-6 Nevis Range Weather Summary:Heavy rain (total 103.0mm), mainly falling Tue night. Becoming colder with a light covering of snow, mostly falling on Wed afternoon. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 8°C on Tue afternoon, min -2°C on Mon morning). Winds increasing (light winds from the SW on Mon night, severe gales from the SSW by Tue night).
|Friday 27||Saturday 28||Sunday 29||Monday 30||Tuesday 1||Wednesday 2|
|Summary||mod. snow||light snow||light snow||mod. snow||light snow||light snow||light snow||light snow||light snow||some clouds||light snow||snow shwrs||light snow||heavy rain||heavy rain||light snow||light snow||light snow|
|Freezing level (m)||1600||550||450||900||750||550||550||450||500||400||500||500||700||2250||2400||850||700||500|
The above table gives the weather forecast for Nevis Range at the specific elevation of 656 m. Our sophisticated weather models allow us to provide snow forecasts for the top, middle and bottom ski stations of Nevis Range. To access the weather forecasts for the other elevations, use the tab navigation above the table. For a wider view of the weather, check out the Weather Map of United Kingdom.
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Visitor Reviews of Nevis Range
Schmeagle from United Kingdom writes:
Just returned (Feb 2013) from my second trip to Scotland's suposed best skiing and yet again, for the second year running, at the height of the season there was absolutely no snow. Now, whilst I agree that that is uncontrollable, what I'm annoyed about are the blatant lies that Nevis Range and the neighbouring Glencoe unashamedly band about on their websites and at the base station. '40cm of hard packed snow' and 'good riding conditions on a firm base' really translates to frozen mud and grass with rocks everywhere. Unfortunately, you cannot observe this without taking the gondola up first. It was quite sad to see people exiting the top gondola station, fully equipped with helmets, boots, etc only to be met with zero lifts operating with the 'All runs groomed and open' pistes (thin strips of icy mud) only accessible by yomping up the mountain! And they were charging £30 for the pleasure! The whole place looks run down and like a leisure centre from the 1970s.
Also, Fort William is not somewhere to find 'apres-ski'. It's an ugly looking council estate with a Morrisons as the main attraction.
Spend your money on a Ryanair or Easyjet ticket for the weekend and go somewhere with snow, lower prices and a bit of culture.
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