Welcome to the new wePowder!

By Arjen on 1 September 2015 · 8

It's September 1st, the start of the meteorological Autumn. We decided to create a new version of wePowder. Simply because we weren't happy with the old one. We're fully focussing on the weather. To be more precise: we're focussing on forecasting powder. And this website will help you find and ride great powder in the Alps and other mountain ranges in the world.

What's new?

You can check in a glimpse if it will snow and you'll find six-day weather maps on the forecast page. Note interesting information such as the wind, the snow line and if the resort is open or not. If you click on a destination you'll find even more details. About the weather, the resort, routes and other stuff you need to make the right decision. The decision to make every day of riding a powder day. The forecast from MeteoMorris will help you make those decisions.


Join the community of European powder chasers. And help us getting better. Please report bugs, give us suggestions, tell us your wishes and all other kind of shout-outs!

Let's make winter 15/16 the best winter yet!

Morris & Arjen


  • kanski
    kanski op 1 September 2015 · 20:03
    Looks good guys! Impressive!
    Never ski faster than your guardian Angel can fly!
  • Arjen
    Arjen op 1 September 2015 · 21:29
    Thanks! @kanski
    One day, they'll invent synthetic powder, ban all kinds of work and give you a free liftpass...
  • TheDoctor
    TheDoctor op 3 September 2015 · 10:40
    I like the new design. But isn't the forecast list a bit too optimistic? Half a meter of snow in Stubaital?
    Vive le old school!
  • KlasRydstrand
    KlasRydstrand op 3 September 2015 · 12:03
    Looks very nice guys! Looking forward to following your updates as we move closer to winter...
  • meteomorris
    meteomorris op 3 September 2015 · 12:18
    @kanski @TheDoctor @KlasRydstrand, thanks.
    @TheDoctor, the forecast is voor the highest lift on the Stubaier Glacier. As you can see in detail (http://wepowder.com/playgrounds/stubaital) the first episode is rather warm with a snowlevel around 3000 meters. The second snow event we see temperatures dropping. Since it's still warm and there is no frost higher up, these 2 events will give the glacier it's white color back, but definitely no snow in the valley. Hope this helps?
    May the powder be with you.
  • kipeens
    kipeens op 3 September 2015 · 19:04
    Good job! Keep up the good work! Thank you.
  • TheDoctor
    TheDoctor op 4 September 2015 · 11:21
    @meteomorris Thanks for the explanation. I also saw that you made some adjustments to your forecast list by mentioning snow on the top. Looking forward to the season!
    Vive le old school!
  • Lukas95
    Lukas95 op 5 September 2015 · 23:02
    Great update guys! Wonder what the forecasts will look like when winter really starts.
    Give me powder please


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