Apparently, Eskimos have 100 words for snow*. The Scottish claim to have even more for rain. I think it would take a Scot speaking Inuit to fully describe conditions on Sunday. I guess the most positive slant would be that at least more lifts were open than the Monday before, and that the inclement weather kept the slopes quiet. It was pretty challenging.
Then again, there's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing (the Norwegians lay claim to that phrase, and they're sort of between Scotland and Greenland). For the brave souls out testing their waterproof layers, the actual slopes were skiing quite well at Brévent, with the saturated pistes running quickly and the lack of traffic saving them from getting too cut up. The wind and constantly changing rain/snow limit did make the chairlift rides back up much less pleasant than usual, though.