Chamonix Snow Alert!

This Chamonix Snow Alert and 3 day meteo Chamonix forecast is brought to you by snow-forecast.com.  Prepare for your Vallee Blanche adventure with this data.

Short Forecast for the next 3 days for 2440 m altitude
Issued: Thursday 1 January 2015, 12 pm local time

A moderate fall of snow, heaviest on Sat night. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 2°C on Thu night, min -5°C on Sat night). Winds increasing (calm on Thu night, fresh winds from the W by Sat afternoon).

Chamonix snow and weather at the valley floor, mid level and the upper reaches of the resort

Snow Conditions & Meteo Chamonix issued Thursday 1 January,  2015 at 12 pm, local time

Chamonix snow and weather for 6 days, at 1 Jan 2015

This static report below is updated every 3 days. Visit snow-forecast.com for reports issued every 6 hours.

Chamonix Snow report at 31 Dec 2014

Day 3 to 6 forecast for 2440 m altitude
Mostly dry. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 2°C on Mon night, min -6°C on Sun afternoon). Wind will be generally light.

Day 6 to 9 forecast for 2440 m altitude
A light covering of new snow, mostly falling on Thu night. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 2°C on Sat morning, min -6°C on Thu night). Wind will be generally light.

For reports updated every 6 hours, visit snow-forecast.com

For the most current report updated every 6 hours, please visit snow-forecast.com's full snow report including current piste conditions. You'll find reports of conditions at Argentiere, Les Houches and Courmayeur as well.



Click here for Courmayeur Weather

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This snow forecast is brought to you by snow-forecast.com, with data collated throughout the ski season courtesy of a network of ski resort managers, the Skiclub of Great Britain and Skiresort Service International GmbH.

We choose to use this data provided by the Ski Club of Great Britian, as there is less likelihood of potential of confusion with language translation and we appreciate the value of their weather reports at 3 elevations, at the top, middle and bottom of lifts.


  • When snow conditions "could be better", hop on the bus to Courmayeur. Remember you do have to book a seat and it is no longer a free bus.

  • If visibility is poor, head for treed pistes.  There's not much here, as the resort is mostly above the tree line, but you will find lower altitude pistes at Les Houches. The pistes here are cut into the forest and this gives much better definition in white out conditions.

  • I know you've read this caution repeatedly on our site and it is so important I will repeat it.  Select a fine day for your adventure down the Vallee Blanche. Watching the weather report is essential.

  • Cham is primarily about high altitude skiing and long runs. Cable cars are prevalent here, not chair lifts because of the altitude and distances involved.  As a result, the weather at 3800m is likely to be different from at the village level at 1000m.  That's why I find reports of the Chamonix Snow conditions at the three elevations useful.

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