Snow Reports for Swiss Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for Switzerland

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for Swiss Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Next Snow
Adelboden 70 cm - -
Andermatt 130 cm 17 Jan - 5 cm -
Anzere - - -
Arosa 90 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm -
Champery 90 cm - -
Champex - - -
Crans Montana 140 cm 13 Jan - 35 cm -
Davos 84 cm 14 Jan - 35 cm -
Engelberg 100 cm 18 Jan - 5 cm -
Flims 175 cm 17 Jan - 4 cm -
Flims Laax 175 cm 17 Jan - 4 cm -
Grimentz 81 cm - 22 Jan - 5 cm
Grindelwald 90 cm 15 Jan - 22 cm -
Gstaad 120 cm - -
Interlaken - - -
Kandersteg - - -
Klosters 84 cm 14 Jan - 35 cm -
Lauterbrunnen - - -
Lenzerheide 105 cm 18 Jan - 20 cm -
Les Diablerets 105 cm 16 Jan - 10 cm -
Leukerbad - - -
Leysin 130 cm 16 Jan - 30 cm -
Mürren - - -
Nendaz 135 cm 16 Jan - 5 cm 22 Jan - 1 cm
Saas Fee 160 cm 14 Jan - 25 cm 22 Jan - 15 cm
Samnaun - - -
Savognin - - -
Scuol - - -
Siviez - - 22 Jan - 1 cm
St Moritz 49 cm - -
Taesch - - 20 Jan - 1 cm
Torgon - - -
Val Mustair - - -
Verbier 140 cm 16 Jan - 2 cm -
Veysonnaz - - 22 Jan - 1 cm
Villars 105 cm 13 Jan - 15 cm -
Wengen 50 cm 16 Jan - 2 cm -
Zermatt 125 cm 14 Jan - 5 cm 20 Jan - 1 cm
Zinal 81 cm 13 Jan - 30 cm 22 Jan - 8 cm

Snow Conditions in Switzerland (19 January 2017)

High pressure weather conditions return to Switzerland on Thursday 19th January. There was hardly a cloud in the sky today as strong sunshine and dry conditions settle in for the weekend. On snow conditions were still mostly excellent today thanks to the recent snowfalls and cold temperatures. Off-piste conditions are varied as most resorts are now tracked out, the snow is still light and fluffy however. The forecast is showing strong sunshine everywhere, except around The Matterhorn where snowfalls of 30cm on Sunday 22nd may occur. Currently beyond Sunday sunny weather is expected but this may change by next week.