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Snow report | 4 Apr 2019: Winter has returned

Snow report | 4 Apr 2019: Winter has returned

Spring doesn’t seem to be starting just yet as many in the mountains have woken up this morning to snow dusted views, ready to hit the slopes for an epic powder day. With up to 25 centimetres of snowfall overnight and more snowfall predicted in the next 6 days, it looks like the snow won't be going anytime soon! 

France has experienced an influx of hot weather recently but the much needed snow will fall this week. The Paradiski ski area has seen an abundance of snowfall today whilst the Espace Killy and the Portes du Soleil are also experiencing heavy snowfall and lower temperatures around freezing.

In Austria, its has been cloudy and cold conditions due to the cold front that arrived on Tuesday. Friday will see the clouds clearing in Obergurgl and Solden with snow showers higher up in Saalbach.

Zermatt and Saas-Fee have received the most amount of snow in Switzerland and temperatures could drop to -5 next week in Zermatt.

The Italian Alps has also received snowfall notably in the Milky Way ski area whereas the Aosta Valley are expected light flurries.

Snow due in the next 6 days

Soldeu – 67cm

Ischgl – 41cm

Kitzbuhel – 5cm

Mayrhofen – 22cm

Obergurgl – 86cm

St Anton – 45cm

Zell am See – 5cm

Whistler – 62cm

Avoriaz – 63cm

Courchevel – 37cm

Flaine – 69cm

La Plagne – 38cm

Les Arcs – 56cm

Les Deux Alpes – 103cm

Meribel – 41cm

Tignes – 73cm

Val d’Isere – 80cm

Val Thorens – 53cm

Cervinia – 161cm

Sauze d’Oulx – 35cm

Davos – 47cm

Grindelwald – 77cm

Klosters – 42cm

Saas Fee -166cm

Verbier – 68cm

Wengen - 71cm

Zermatt – 247cm

Jackson Hole – 50cm

Highest snow bases on upper slopes

Soldeu – 100cm

Ischgl – 160cm

Kitzbuhel – 161cm

Mayrhofen – 155cm

Obergurgl – 105cm

St Anton – 390cm

Zell am See – 180cm

Whistler – 222cm

Avoriaz – 150cm

Courchevel – 290cm

Flaine – 265cm

La Plagne – 200cm

Les Arcs – 300cm

Les Deux Alpes – 160cm

Meribel – 290cm

Tignes – 196cm

Val d’Isere – 196cm

Val Thorens – 290cm

Cervinia – 205cm

Sauze d’Oulx – 50cm

Davos – 242cm

Grindelwald – 120cm

Klosters – 242cm

Saas Fee – 380cm

Verbier – 255cm

Wengen – 120cm

Zermatt – 205cm

Jackson Hole – 269cm

Zell am See


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