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Snow Report | 21 Nov 2015: Snow in the Alps

Snow Report | 21 Nov 2015: Snow in the Alps The eagerly anticipated first huge dump of snow is now here! Since lunchtime on Friday it has been snowing across the Alps and reports are saying there could be as much as 100cm of snowfall over the weekend.

Friday was quite warm in the Alps so there was only rain at lower levels under 2000m, but since Saturday temperatures have dropped considerably and there is snow on lower pistes and villages.

Check out the snow falling in Morzine on Saturday evening in our latest video snow report from senior sales expert, Christian, based in Morzine #WINTERISBACK



Few more videos from Iglu Ski

We are expecting about 100 cm of snow above 2500m in the Alps, with possibly up to 150cm in higher areas. Keeping checking back as we will be updating this snow report over the weekend with photos and stats of the new snow.


Here is the snowfall on Friday:


Snow forecast November 2015Tignes

Snow forecast November 2015La Plagne 


Here is the snow on Saturday:

Val Thorens, France


Snow in Val Thorens

Snow in Val Thorens

Tignes, France


Snow in Tignes




La Plagne, France


Snow in La Plagne


Val d'Isere, France


Snow in Val d'Isere




Courchevel, France


Snow in courchevel

Snow in Courchevel

La Tania


Snow in La Tania
Already 80cm of snow in La Tania on Saturday morning. Photo: @NickSkiLaTania

St Anton, Austria


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Snow in St Anton
 

Lech, Austria


Snow in Lech

Snow in Lech


Solden, Austria


Snow in Solden


Verbier, Switzerland


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Posted by Verbier 4Vallées on Saturday, 21 November 2015

Zermatt, Switzerland


Snow in Zermatt

Wengen, Switzerland


Snow in Wengen


Snow forecast over the next 3 days:

Gstaad – 59cm
Argentiere – 55cm
Solden – 51cm
Chamonix – 49cm


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