Includes the whole of Cumbria, and also the western Pennines North from Ingleborough.
Up to date fell top weather forecast for the Lake District fells from the Met Office. Each year, usually between December and March, fell-top assessors walk to the top of Helvellyn to take photos and supply a report to add to the Met Office weather forecast that appears 365 days a year. Find out more about the fell-top assessors here.
Forecasts for ski resorts worldwide, Including Raise.
Forecasts for our neighbouring fell to the north - usually more accurate but not so readily decipherable as Snow-Forecast. Add a degree or two Celsius for our tow (which is lower). It can also be windier on Raise, depending on wind direction.
Independent weather forecast service, carries some very in-depth forecasting with lots of detail on weather modelling. They also have a Facebook Page, formerly know as Snow Chasers.
30th January 2015
Mostly news about the Scottish Resorts.
is a national campaign by Snowsport England and lists opportunities to get involved in snowsports.
Hooray, it's snowing! But if you want to go skiing or snowboarding there's no need to jump on a plane or even, if you live south of the border, head to Scotland. Try one of England's six ski centres in the Pennines and the Lake District From The Guardian, Saturday 19th January 2013