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Snow predictions for holiday season

Snow predictions for holiday season The Ski Club of Great Britain has released its snow forecast across Europe for the Christmas and new year period.

According to the Ski Club, sunny skies are anticipated for those enjoying ski holidays in Chamonix and ski holidays in Zermatt while those on ski holidays in Les Deux Alpes can expect some snowshowers.

Meanwhile, those taking North American ski holidays to places like Canada can look forward to more snowfall.

"It's very cold at the moment reaching a top temperature of about minus five degrees Celsius in the afternoon, and together with the wind chill this is keeping the snow in great condition," Ski Club of Great Britain rep Jane Billington reported of conditions in Austria.

She added that conditions were "generally fantastic", especially when compared to the ski season last year.

Most major European ski resorts are now open for the 2007-08 ski season.

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