Five years ago, the Met Office announced the demise of Scottish skiing.
09 February 2009
Alex Hill, the chief government adviser with the Met Office, told The Scotsman there was no future for skiing in Scotland because climate change would see winters become too warm for regular snowfall.
Mr Hill said: “Put it this way: I won’t be investing in the skiing industry.
They have now had 59 straight days of snowfall, and will be skiing into summer.