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Weekly Snow Report - Friday 19 February
The week ahead
Europe last week
Scattered and occasional snowfalls brought fresh to some European ski areas last week, in particular to Austrian resorts that saw heavy snow on Thursday, but it was a relatively uneventful week otherwise. Temperatures have become milder in the past couple of days, whilst snow conditions remain very good just about everywhere.
Of note are the good conditions continuing in Scotland, and a handful of resorts in France and Italy reporting snow depths beyond 3 metres; as is Sierra Nevada in the far South.
Weather and Snow Next Week
Today (Friday) and into the weekend will see temperatures drop significantly across most of The Alps, with moderate and widespread snowfall expected before the end of the day. Conditions tomorrow should be excellent, although localized travel disruption is possible with further snow expected at times.
Cold weather should predominate through the early part of next week, with further snow likely throughout the next week. The Alps and Pyrenees alike should see plenty of light snow showers over the next few days, with the possibility of moderate falls around mid-week.
The forecast beyond the middle of next week is quite uncertain at the moment with regard to temperature, although further precipitation toward next weekend does look likely.
Have fun and stay safe,
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King Pine (153m to 259m), United States
Our latest snow report (17 Feb) indicates snow depths of 81cm (Upper Slopes) and 45cm (Lower Slopes), with the last snowfall on 17 Feb. King Pine reported "powder or packed powder".
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