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Weekly Snow Report - Thursday 28 August
The week ahead
Hello, and welcome to September (nearly),
September, like May, is change over month for the global ski scene as we get the exciting first tastes of the northern hemisphere’s 2014-15 ski season, while the southern hemisphere’s ski areas begin to close down.
In the northern hemisphere very little is open as summer ski operations have largely ended - September is the only month of the year when no ski area in France or Norway is scheduled to be open at all. But equally glacier ski areas in Austria and Italy will be looking to open from mid-September on if they get fresh snow on their high slopes as is usually the case.
In the southern hemisphere most ski areas will be winding down their 2014 seasons through September with the majority closed by the end of the month. Southern Africa’s two small areas closed at the end of August in fact.
Australian ski areas have had a bumper snow season, so there may be extensions, whereas New Zealand areas - many of which had a poor start to the season - may try to add extra weeks to to make up. In South America there’s been heavy snow in the last week on August after a relatively dry month.
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