Chamonix Daily Snow

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By Luke Stone, Forecaster Posted 1 month ago February 23, 2024

Major Storm Continues on Friday


Chamonix has been getting hammered so far, and heavy snow will continue through the morning hours. Snow becomes more showery in the afternoon and through the rest of the weekend. The next strong storm arrives on Monday and lasts through the middle of the week. More snow is possible later in the week as well.

Short Term Forecast

Friday - Sunday

Heavy snow continues early on Friday but will become showery later in the morning. Additional accumulations up to 10 cms are expected during the day. Snow levels continue to drop, reaching around 750 m.

Snow showers will then continue from Friday night through Sunday, with up to 5 cms possible every twelve hours. 

Check out the latest snow forecast from the European model below.

Sunday Night - Monday

The next storm arrives on Sunday night without much of a break in the action. This system is taking a more southerly track, so snow totals will be less overall. A period of heavy snow is expected Sunday night, with 8 - 16 cms possible by morning. Snow levels will climb a little bit with this round of snow, up to 1000 m Sunday night and 1200 m on Monday. Below is an early look at the snow forecast for the next storm.

Extended Forecast

Later next week into the weekend should remain active with more storms possible. The latest guidance has storms coming in from the northwest favoring the northern Alps. It's too early to focus on the details but more snow is likely during that time.

Thanks for reading the Chamonix Daily Snow!

Luke Stone
Forecaster, OpenSnow


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