When I build any weather team I follow a rule of using 2 pokes that are the same type as the type of the weather enducer. In this case it is ice. My team itself hasn't changed but the moves and spreads have. Tell me if you think its good or not
Abomamasnow @ leftovers
Evs: 248 hp, 172def, 88spdef
Moves: leachseed, protect, blizzard, seed bomb
Ability: snow warning
Why: ok I changed the spread to give it some bulk and be ably to stall with leach seed and the hail. I like its stab combo and the mix set is just great in hail.
Lapras @ leftovers
Evs: 252spd 252atk 4def
Moves: dragon dance, ice shard, drill run, waterfall
Ability: water absorb
Why: its boss and immune to hail. After 2 dragon dances it can get I good sweep going. Especially with the team's support. Its tied for most powerful ice type.
Slowbro @ leftovers
Evs: 244 HP, 156 SpA , 108 SpDef
Moves: flamethrower, blizzard, surf, slack off
Why: it's always been a good poke for hail teams. Now with regenerator its like one of the best non ice types to go on a hail team. With the spread I belive it becomes a pretty good tank that can hit several pokemon in the meta for super effective damage and force a switch.
Vanilluxe @ leftovers
Evs: 248hp 92spd 124def 44spdef
Moves: water pulse, blizzard, taunt, protect
Why: I changed up the spread so it can just outspeed a poke with base 100 speed and no investment. The defensive evs are so its defences are the same and its hp is high. Its tied for ice type with the highest base stat tottal.
Gliscore @ toxicorb
Evs: 252 HP, 184 Def , 72 Spe
Moves: earthquake, substitute, roost, stealthrocks
Ability: poison heal
Why: its a freaking awesome pokemon in hail. Im not totally sure the sub/roost set is legal to be honest but if it's not ill change something. I mean the move tutor moves gives it roost so I dont see why it cant.
Tentacruel @ blacksludge
Evs: 252 HP / 236 Def / 20 Spe
Moves: toxic spikes, scald, gigadrain, rapidspin
Ability: liquid ooze
Why: its here to set toxic spikes up and make Lapras' job easyer and rapid spin rocks away for the ice types.