A good knowledge and understanding of the weather is paramount if you're a snow sports lover, especially if you head into the backcountry. The weather generally dictates whether or not you have a good time. There's no point chucking a sickie, and trekking 8km to the Sentinel only to find a bullet proof cover, strong wind and zero visibility. To get the most value out of a trip I like to know that the snow surface will be soft, the visibility good, and the winds relatively light.
This section of the site outlines some weather basics, provides some examples of typical snow bearing weather systems, provides a summary of the weather forecasting and observation tools available on the internet and also provided links to relevant weather sites. Hopefully the information presented here can ensure you're always skiing fresh snow on Bluebird days.
You can access the information by clicking on the links below: