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Skiing prospect grows as snow hits

Posted 25 November 2010
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Skiing prospect grows as snow hits
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Significant snowfall has occurred across Scotalnd and the north of England, which could provide those with snow boots a chance to hit the slopes in the next few days.

According to the Met Office, the Grampian mountains will see as much as 20 cm of snow by the end of Thursday, which may help provide enough for increased skiing in Scotland.

Predicting more snow to come - spreading to the rest of the UK - chief forecaster Andy Page said: "There is no doubt that the UK will see much colder conditions by the end of the week. Snow will also be a risk for many."

This may make it a good time for people to buy new ski goggles ready for the winter season.

Scotland's resorts are already reporting enhanced conditions on the slopes, with Cairn Gorm saying runs like the Traverse, 105, Cas and the zigzags "are improving as the day goes on".

Meanwhile, the nearby Lecht resort has said the prospects are "looking good" for some skiing to be available soon as long as the snow keeps falling.