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Scotland Ski Summary History

Last updated: Fri 27th Feb, 2015 at 14:54

The weekend forecast indicates the winds may be less severe on Saturday and so there is potential for all five of the Scottish ski centres to open with more or less all pistes available. On Sunday the winds will be higher and further fresh snowfall is likely.

Last updated: Thu 26th Feb, 2015 at 12:39

High winds are continuing to disrupt uplift at the Scottish ski centres but once the overhead settles there will be good skiing at all five ski centres in the Highlands. On Thursday variable snow conditions were reported due to a mild front passing over but temperatures were falling and fresh snow is expected.

Last updated: Wed 25th Feb, 2015 at 13:48

There is fresh snow cover at all five of the ski centres in the Highlands and more to come. Recently very high winds have adversely affected uplift operations and more wind is in the forecast but on Wednesday winds were light enough to allow great wintersport in Scotland.

Last updated: Tue 24th Feb, 2015 at 13:57

Wild weather continues to rage in the Highlands and 3 of the 5 Scottish ski centres remained stormbound on Tuesday. The weather forecast suggests Wednesday will be a less windy day and skiers should get an opportunity to enjoy fresh drifted snow cover at all elevations. The forecast however suggests more wind and more snow is to come before the weekend.

Last updated: Mon 23rd Feb, 2015 at 16:16

On Monday only the Lecht was open as stormforce winds closed the other 4 ski centres in the Highlands. Snow was falling and the prospects look excellent for skiing in Scotland once the wild weather eases. Potentially all pistes at all the centres will be fully complete by this weekend.

Last updated: Sun 22nd Feb, 2015 at 08:56

On Sunday high winds and fresh snow were disrupting uplift operations but subject to the overhead conditions there is potential to operate all lifts with almost all pistes complete. The weather looks very unsettled and wintry for the week ahead but once conditions ease there will be good skiing in the Highlands.

Last updated: Sat 21st Feb, 2015 at 16:51

The temperatures have fallen dramatically in the Highlands and fresh snowfall is being recorded at all five of the Scottish ski centres. More very cold and wintry weather is expected so there is good skiing in prospect for the week ahead with Glencoe and Nevis Range expecting to catch the heaviest snowfall.

Last updated: Fri 20th Feb, 2015 at 16:48

All five of the Scottish ski centres have enough snow to open most pistes and operate all uplift but this is subject to overhead conditions. This weekend the weather will bring snow to the West Highlands on Saturday then very strong and cold northerly winds and snowfall on Sunday. Prospects for good skiing in Scotland look very positive.

Last updated: Thu 19th Feb, 2015 at 14:06

High winds have been limiting ski uplift in the Highlands and also mild air has done some damage to the snow cover. However all is about to change as temperatures are now falling and fresh snow is affecting the West Highlands. More unsettled weather is expected for the weekend but also decent snowfall and this news is always welcome at Scotland

Last updated: Wed 18th Feb, 2015 at 15:39

On Wednesday the centres were being affected by very high winds and Nevis Range and Cairngorm were stormbound. The other 3 centres in the Highlands managed to offer some skiing on much changed snow conditions due to the winds being mild. However once the winds ease there should still be plenty of good skiing on offer and fresh snow is in the forecast.

Last updated: Tue 17th Feb, 2015 at 16:52

Very blustery conditions in the Highlands now and the weather will be unsettled for the next few days with high winds and then fresh snowfall. The 5 Scottish ski centres all still have decent snow cover at all elevations but conditions are highly variable and depend on slope aspect and altitude. The weather will dictate what lifts willl be on offer for the rest of this week.

Last updated: Mon 16th Feb, 2015 at 16:50

There is good skiing in Scotland now after very high winds limited the sport at the weekend. Winds have eased now and with light falls of fresh snow on the upper slopes at all the centres skiers are able to enjoy almost all pistes at all elevations in the Highlands.

Last updated: Sun 15th Feb, 2015 at 17:05

There were storm force winds in the Highlands on Sunday and this caused many of the Scottish ski centres to close. The condition of the snow cover is now highly variable but when the winds ease all five of the centres still hold enough snow to operate most lifts. Fresh snowfall is expected later this week.

Last updated: Sat 14th Feb, 2015 at 07:54

All five of the Scottish ski centres are open this weekend and offering most pistes and almost all uplift. The overhead conditions are decent with very little wind and mostly good visibility. Under ski the conditions are mostly hard packed but with occasional icy patches and even some pockets of soft dry snow.

Last updated: Fri 13th Feb, 2015 at 16:44

The fine and dry weather in the Highlands continues and should last through the weekend. Skiers can expect almost all pistes and most lifts to be operating at Scotland

Last updated: Thu 12th Feb, 2015 at 12:20

There is good Scottish skiing on offer currently with all five of the ski centres in the Highlands open and offering more or less all pistes and most uplift. The weather for skiing has been excellent recently and the good conditions are expected to continue through the weekend.

Last updated: Wed 11th Feb, 2015 at 13:54

Fine and settled conditions continue in the Highlands and all five of the Scottish ski centres are open. Conditions are now mostly hard packed with occasional icy patches or pockets of soft drifted snow. Most pistes are on offer and also most uplift so really a great time to be skiing in Scotland. The forecast predicts the settled weather to continue, until the weekend at least.

Last updated: Tue 10th Feb, 2015 at 13:28

Fine clear and cool weather in the Highlands coupled with decent snow cover at all five of the Scottish ski centres means that there is very enjoyable skiing on offer with almost all pistes and all uplift on offer. The forecast indicates fine weather until a change on Saturday.

Last updated: Mon 09th Feb, 2015 at 13:26

Scotland has all five ski centres in the Highlands open and offering more or less all pistes and all uplift. Overhead conditions are excellent for skiing this week and temperatures remain low enough to keep the snow dry at all elevations. Today skiers are reporting a combination of hard packed snow, icy patches and pockets of drifted powder.

Last updated: Sun 08th Feb, 2015 at 16:42

All five of the Scottish ski centres are open and offering more or less all uplift and all pistes. The skiing in Scotland does not get much better than the conditions currently on offer and the forecast is very favourable for this week so expect more top class Highland winter sport to be on offer.

Last updated: Sat 07th Feb, 2015 at 12:31

Almost certainly the best skiing of the season is on offer now in the Highlands with all five centres open and more or less all pistes complete. The weather if finally very favourable for skiers also, and more of the same to come with light winds, good visibility and cool temperatures.

Last updated: Fri 06th Feb, 2015 at 14:41

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Last updated: Thu 05th Feb, 2015 at 12:44

There are excellent Scottish skiing conditions in both the east and west Highlands now with all five centres boasting top to bottom dry powdery snow cover and depths ranging from half way up the snow fencing to completely covering the fencing on highest pistes. The forecast also looks good for the next few days, with less wind and less snowfall but remaining cold.

Last updated: Wed 04th Feb, 2015 at 13:26

There are excellent conditions for skiers in the Highlands at all five of the Scottish ski centres. The forecast also looks great for the next few days with cold air and good visibility. Also the winds are not expected to be too high for upper elevation lifts.

Last updated: Tue 03rd Feb, 2015 at 13:20

The Highlands remain under the influence of very cold air streaming down from the North and this means excellent snow conditions are on offer at all five of the Scottish ski centres. Skiing is on a combination of soft, dry and drifting snow but also hard packed and wind scoured sections where the wind removes the powder snow. The forecast suggests winds will ease over the next few days so some great Scottish skiing in prospect.

Last updated: Mon 02nd Feb, 2015 at 17:18

Very cold air continues to stream over the Highlands and for skiers this is good news as the snow conditions at all five of the Scottish ski centres are excellent. More snow is expected this week but already most pistes are fully complete with mostly soft drifted snow and occasional patches of hard packed and icy wind scoured surfaces.

Last updated: Sun 01st Feb, 2015 at 15:21

Drifting snow and high winds limited the skiing on offer in the Highlands through the weekend but once the winds ease there will be some excellent skiing at all five of the Scottish ski centres. Skiers can expect some icy wind scoured areas but otherwise the snow conditions will be groomed or ungroomed Highland powder.

Last updated: Sat 31st Jan, 2015 at 16:35

The Highlands are again in the grip of extreme weather with high winds on Saturday causing problems at Cairngorm, Glencoe and Nevis Range. At the Lecht the access road was closed in both directions due to drifiting snow. Winds will continue to disrupt operations on Sunday but once the winds ease there should be excellent skiing on offer at all five of the Scottish centres as the snow cover everywhere is now wide and mostly deep.

Last updated: Fri 30th Jan, 2015 at 12:18

Winds speeds are rising again in the Highlands and snow is continuing to fall so it seems likely that uplift operations and ski access roads may again be disrupted by the weather this weekend. However, looking on the bright side, when the overhead conditions ease the prospects for excellent skiing in Scotland look very real.

Last updated: Thu 29th Jan, 2015 at 13:12

The weather in the Highlands is windy and wintry but all five of the ski centres are open again with good snow cover at all elevations. Often the highest pistes are wind scoured but there also pockets of powder snow to be skied. The forecast promises more snow and more wind but subject to the extremes of the weather there is great Scottish skiing in prospect.