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Scotland Ski Summary History

Last updated: Fri 09th Dec, 2016 at 15:03

There is no skiable snow in the Highlands, in fact there is almost no snow whatsoever. So until the weather turns wintry and heavy falls of the white stuff arrive, the 5 Scottish ski centres are closed for skiing.

Last updated: Thu 08th Dec, 2016 at 15:03

There is no skiable snow cover at any of the five Scottish ski centres currently and therefore no uplift operating. For skiers the forecast is bleak with only rain, not snow, predicted for the next 5 days so the ski centres reamin on standby for more favourable conditions to arrive in the Highlands.

Last updated: Wed 07th Dec, 2016 at 14:54

Mild air is now moving over the Highlands and any remaining snow is melting fast at Scotland

Last updated: Tue 06th Dec, 2016 at 14:50

Much milder air is now streaming over the east and west Highlands and the patches of snow that remained from November

Last updated: Mon 05th Dec, 2016 at 15:08

Still no skiing in Scotland and despite cool air it seems there is no heavy snowfall predicted for the Highlands just yet and that is exactly what the 5 Scottish ski centres require to get the season underway.

Last updated: Sun 04th Dec, 2016 at 16:15

Still no skiing in Scotland as the dry settled weather continues to dominate the situation at the 5 ski centres in the Highlands. Until the forecast delivers news of heavy snowfall, skiers in Scotland must wait for the season to commence.

Last updated: Sat 03rd Dec, 2016 at 15:23

There is no skiing in Scotland this weekend due to lack of snow cover at all five of the Scottish ski centres. Until fresh and heavy snowfall arrives the centres remain on standby and await a more favourable forecast.

Last updated: Fri 02nd Dec, 2016 at 14:42

There is no sign in the mountain forecast of the snow required to get uplift turning in the Scottish Highlands. For the moment all five of Scotland

Last updated: Thu 01st Dec, 2016 at 14:21

There is no uplift on offer for skiers at any of the five Scottish ski centres. The forecast has no promise of snow for the next few days so the centres remain on standby and await a more favourable forecast and the snowfall that will allow the ski season to get underway.

Last updated: Wed 30th Nov, 2016 at 14:59

Still no skiing in the Highlands despite relatively low temperature and a thin natural base layer of snow on upper slopes. The five Scottish ski centres remain on standby for fresh and heavy snowfall but that is not in the forecast for the next 5 days.

Last updated: Tue 29th Nov, 2016 at 12:10

No ski uplift is on offer at any of the five Scottish ski centres in the Highlands currently despite a slight covering of snow and relatively low temperatures. All centres remain on standby for the arrival of fresh snowfall.

Last updated: Sun 27th Nov, 2016 at 12:28

No lift served skiing in the Highlands of Scotland currently despite a light cover of snow at the 5 ski centres. With mostly dry conditions in the forecast for the next few days the ski centres will remain on standby and awaiting the arrival of fresh snowfall.

Last updated: Sat 26th Nov, 2016 at 12:59

The Highlands are white but the snow cover is thin and reducing and so there is no uplift operational for skiers this weekend at any of the 5 Scottish ski centres.

Last updated: Fri 25th Nov, 2016 at 14:23

Despite the Highlands being white and air temperatures being low there is still not enough snow depth for skiing to resume in the Highlands. All five of the Scottish ski centres are on standby for further snowfall.

Last updated: Thu 24th Nov, 2016 at 13:44

The east and west Highlands are white but there is just not quite enough snow depth to allow uplift to operate for skiers. Th five Scottish ski centres remain on standby for further snowfall, though the forecast is mostly dry for the next few days.

Last updated: Wed 23rd Nov, 2016 at 14:56

The Highlands look inviting for skiers but unfortunately the snow cover is not yet quite deep enough for uplift operations to commence. All the centres are on standby for further snowfall but the forecast indicates mostly conditions through the weekend.

Last updated: Tue 22nd Nov, 2016 at 14:43

The Highlands are white but there is still not enough depth to the snow cover to allow ski uplift to operate. All five of the Scottish ski centres remain on standby to get the new season fully underway.

Last updated: Mon 21st Nov, 2016 at 16:43

The Highlands look fantastic this week with cold, frosty air a snow cover to low elevations, however still not enough snow has accumulated for ski uplift to operate. All eyes are on the mountain forecast.

Last updated: Sun 20th Nov, 2016 at 15:43

There Highlands have snow cover and look inviting but further snowfall is required before ski uplift begins at any of the five ski centres in Scotland.

Last updated: Sat 19th Nov, 2016 at 12:21

The west Highlands are white but no uplift is running for skiing yet. The east Highlands have less snow and the 3 ski centres are on standby for more significant snowfall. The forecast indicates light snowfall at times for the week ahead so hopefully lifts will be turning before too long.

Last updated: Fri 18th Nov, 2016 at 13:58

No skiing in the Highlands until more snow accumulates at Scotland

Last updated: Thu 17th Nov, 2016 at 09:58

There is a light dusting of snow covering the Highlands but not yet sufficient for uplift operations to resume at any of the five Scottish ski centres.

Last updated: Wed 16th Nov, 2016 at 14:06

There has been light snowfall over the west Highlands but still not enough snow for ski uplift there to operate. All 5 Scottish ski centres are on standby for heavy snowfall and the more prolonged wintry conditions that will make skiing possible.

Last updated: Tue 15th Nov, 2016 at 14:23

Milder air in the Highlands has removed the recent snow cover and all five of the ski centres now await the arrival of more wintry conditions that will allow ski uplift to commence.

Last updated: Mon 14th Nov, 2016 at 14:44

Mild air has removed the snow cover that last week accumulated in the Highlands and allowed the Lecht ski centre to operate ski uplift for the weekend. Now all five Scottish ski centres are back to stand-by mode and await the arrival of more wintry conditions.

Last updated: Sun 13th Nov, 2016 at 15:43

The Scottish skiing season got underway through the weekend at the Lecht ski centre but now mild weather is quickly removing the snow cover right across the Highlands. Now the 5 ski centres will remain on standby for further snowfall.

Last updated: Sat 12th Nov, 2016 at 15:57

The Scottish ski season is underway with the Lecht ski centre in the East Highlands opening uplift for the first time this winter. Snow depths however are modest and likely to be removed by much milder air in the forecast.

Last updated: Fri 11th Nov, 2016 at 13:01

The Highlands are white and all five of the Scottish ski centres are on stand-by for an early start to the season. For the moment though no ski lift is open and further snowfall is required before the new season gets underway.

Last updated: Thu 10th Nov, 2016 at 14:58

The Highlands are white and fresh snow continues to sweep over the region. So far no ski uplift is on offer but the Lecht hopes to be the first to open if snow cover continues to build.

Last updated: Tue 08th Nov, 2016 at 14:41

There is dry fresh snow cover on the ski slopes of Scotland