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Grand Massif Live Ski Lift Status & Snow Reports

Grand Massif Ski Area Status

Live updates of ski lift status & opening times for the Grand Massif ski area across Flaine, Les Carroz, Samoens, & Morillon. As well as snow conditions, and snow stability forecast.

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Live Chamonix Snow Reports & Ski Area Lift Open Status

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Live Chamonix lift status and snow report. Covering all Chamonix skiing areas including Les Houches, Aiguille Du Midi, Brevent, Flegere, Argentiere, Le Tour, and Vallorcine. Live ski lift open status, piste open status, and lift opening and closing times.

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Live Megeve, St Gervais Snow Reports & Ski Area Lift Open Status

Megeve St Gervais Ski Lift Times and Snow Conditions

Live updates of ski lift operating times in Megeve, St Gervais, and Les Contamines. Piste and trail opening status, lift opening status, and snow conditions.

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St Gervais, Megeve, Chamonix Weather & Webcam

Detailed 3 day mountain weather forecast for the entire Mt Blanc valley area

Weather and Webcam (1800m) Updated daily.

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BAD WEATHER – Persistence of a large low-pressure system centered on the Baltic States, bringing very unstable maritime polar air from the Barents Sea and Spitsbergen to SW Portugal. – Minimum 999 hpa in the SE margin of this flow, to the immediate S of Brittany this morning, shifting towards Aquitaine as it fills in, but accelerating a very wet and disturbed reverse flow from Madeira towards Belarus, and concerning the immediate NW of the Alpine arc where the pressure field has continued to collapse [ Chamonix, 1001 – Sion, 1003 – Innsbruck, 999 ]. Shifting to the E, the influx of polar air forms a trough that will keep the disturbed flow colder than usual on Saturday.


Bad weather – snow in the upper valley this evening – strong gale in the mountains

Cloud cover: overcast, ceiling in the valley – cloud cover blocked against the mountains – sunshine: 0%.

Near-continuous, moderate precipitation – rain-snow limit dropping towards 1600 m – quantity expected towards 1800 m: 25-30 cm, windy and packed

Winds according to altitude

in valleys: variable, light to very light – temporarily SSW to SW

mid-mountain: moderate to strong SW – temporarily strong

high mountains: very irregular WSW – strong gales -> strong SW in the evening

Valley temperatures :

min, +1°C

max, +4°C

Altitude of isotherms :

0°C, 2500 -> 1900 m

-10°C, 4400 -> 4500 -> 4200 m


Bad weather – in the valley, rain turns to snow showers – strong wind at higher altitudes

Cloud cover : overcast – ceilings generally below 1800 m – a few patches of fog at the bottom of the valley – iso 0°C falling towards 900 m

Precipitation evolving into showers, but nevertheless frequent – rain-snow limit falling towards 600 m – quantity expected around 1600 m: 10-25 cm, blown away

Wind aloft: very irregular SW – strong -> moderate – jumping NNW shortly before dawn

Minimum valley temperature: -4°C


Gloomy – continued cooling – snow showers – windy in the mountains

Cloudiness : very cloudy to overcast – fleeting sunny spells not impossible in the afternoon – sunshine : 15%.

Showers becoming scattered or even isolated in the afternoon – rain-snow limit below 600 m at daybreak – amount expected around 1000 m: 5-15 cm

Wind aloft: moderate NNW -> moderate to strong

Valley temperatures :

min, -6°C

max, -1°C


Sunny – biting cold under clear skies at dawn – easing on the adrets in the afternoon – windy at higher altitudes

Cloud cover: slight risk of low clouds in the early morning – otherwise clear or partly cloudy – sunshine: 85%.

No precipitation

Wind aloft: predominantly NW – moderate to strong

Valley temperatures: minimum falling – maximum stationary


MONDAY: thaw – a disturbance arrives from the W, covering the upper sky during the morning – snow showers in the upper valley in the afternoon – WSW wind in the mountains

TUESDAY: disturbance partly blocked against the high mountains – still very cloudy with snow showers – clearing possible in the evening

WEDNESDAY: very uncertain: becoming cloudy to very cloudy as the hours go by – probably no precipitation – stationary temperatures – temporarily windy in the morning

During these three days: 30 to 50 cm of additional snow around 1500 m

Forecast reliability :
fairly good until Sunday – mediocre thereafter.

Live webcam is located at 1800m of altitude at the top of mt d’arbois in St Gervais / Megeve. The weather forecast applies to all mountain areas in the Mt Blanc valley; Chamonix skiing, Megeve Skiing, and St Gervais Skiing.

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