Snow Report | 27 Feb 2018 | Iglu Ski
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Snow Report | 27 Feb 2018

Snow Report | 27 Feb 2018

Conditions are excellent and more snow is on the way this week! Skiing in March and April will be the best we’ve had in decades and you can be there with one of our fantastic last minute deals. Temperatures are very cold for this time of year but are expected to warm up slightly towards the weekend after the new storm system heads in.

The next snow is expected to hit the Southern French Alps before moving towards the north western Alpine resorts, missing out most Austrian ski areas. Over 100 cm is forecast the next 5 days in selected areas, and up to 200 cm in the next 9 days! Winter is nowhere near over yet... at this rate we'll be skiing well into May.

See below the resorts that are expecting the best snowfall:

Most snowfall due in the next 5 days

Sierra Nevada, Spain – 188 cm
Isola 2000, France – 113 cm
Les Deux Alpes, France – 102 cm
Serre Chevalier, France – 88 cm
Alpe d’Huez, France – 83 cm
Heavenly, USA – 81 cm
Risoul, France – 81 cm
Bansko, Bulgaria – 66 cm
Borovets, Bulgaria - 63 cm
Zermatt, Switzerland – 60 cm
Montgenevre, France – 59 cm
Sestriere, Italy – 58 cm
Whistler, Canada – 52 cm
Val Thorens, France – 52 cm
Park City, USA – 52 cm
Pragelato, Italy – 52 cm
Sauze d'Oulx, Italy - 51 cm
Val d’Isere, France – 47 cm
Cervinia, Italy – 46 cm
Les Menuires, France - 43 cm

Resorts today


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Val d'Isere

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