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Snow Report | 28 Mar 2018: Over 100 cm snow forecast

Snow Report | 28 Mar 2018: Over 100 cm snow forecast

Whoa there spring, winter isn’t finished yet! We may be springing forward and starting to enjoy the extra hours of sunshine here in the UK but the snow shows no signs of stopping yet in Europe.

Over 100cm of snow is forecast to fall over Easter weekend delaying the normal spring conditions we are used to at this time of year. .. but who can complain about powder days in April!

High areas of Austria, Switzerland and France are in the firing line for the largest amounts of new snow which will provide excellent end of season ski conditions across many top resorts. There is still 4 weeks of departures left and plenty of deals to squeeze in a last minute ski trip or short breaks.

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Snow due in next 5 days

Solden, Austria – 142 cm
Wengen, Switzerland – 116 cm
Gstaad, Switzerland – 115 cm
Chamonix, France – 113 cm
Avoriaz, France – 109 cm
Obergurgl, France – 107 cm
St Anton, Austria – 91 cm
Samoens, France – 88 cm
Flaine, France – 97 cm
Zermatt, Switzerland – 91 cm
Verbier, Switzerland – 90 cm
Morzine, France – 89 cm
St Moritz, Switzerland – 88 cm
Saas Fee, Switzerland – 87 cm
Corvara, Italy – 75 cm
Ischgl, Austria – 72 cm
Les Deux Alpes, France – 69 cm

Highest snow bases on upper slopes

Engelberg, Switzerland – 679 cm
Andermatt, Switzerland – 500 cm
Laax, Switzerland – 490 cm
Flaine, France – 460 cm
Saas Fee, Switzerland – 460 cm
Avoriaz, France – 455 cm
La Rosiere, France – 450 cm
Alpe d’Huez, France – 440 cm
Chamonix, France – 405 cm
Cervinia, Italy – 405 cm
La Plange, France – 400 cm
Les Arcs, France – 400 cm

How it's looking on the slopes


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Val Thorens

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