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Weekly Snow Report - Thursday 21 February
The week ahead
This week saw a welcome return of snow to Austria (not that it had been absent long), with a respite for France and easing snowfalls for The Pyrenees.
Cool and clear weather is prevailing at the moment, although temperatures will rise a little over the next few days. Many areas should see light snow by the end of the weekend, with the possibility of heavy falls in Austria and the Eastern Alps as we move into next week.
The forecast models are very undecided about what happens next so we're going to cop out too, and predict that temperatures will be either above or below average by next week...
What is pretty sure, however, is that the current impressive snow depths are likely to keep the skiing good well into March.
- Niseko heads for snowiest in world total, with 80cm new snow this week and a 5m base.
- Colorado snowiest in US, at last.
- Sunshine and stillness in Scotland.
- Nearly 6m (20ft) of snow in the Pyrenees, the world’s deepest snowbase.
- Engelberg hits 5m base depth - first in the Alps.
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For the full round-up of the latest snow conditions around the world visit the J2Ski Snow Report - February 21st 2013.
Until next week,
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