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J2Ski Weekly Snow Report
Aosta Valley
Issued Thursday 21 April

Weekly Snow Report - Thursday 21 April

The week ahead


Ok, so this really is the last weekly round-up for the 15/16 Northern Hemisphere season... even though it's still snowing. We'll be back at the end of next week with the first of our monthly guides of where to ski, which we'll send you until the snows come again to the North.

Thanks for reading, and we hope you have a great summer unless you're in the Southern Hemisphere, in which case your fun is yet to begin!

This Week's Snow Headlines

- 50cm of snowfall in 24 hours on the Hintertux glacier.

- April snow storms bring up to three feet of snow to North American ski areas.

- 60cm of snowfall in 48 hours on the Stubai glacier.

- Chamonix claims base (world’s deepest) now 7.3m after another 60cm of fresh snow.

- Heavy pre-season snow reported at La Parva at Chile.

We're pleased to report that we’re going out on a high with heavy snow in Europe, North America and even the Andes to report in the last few days!

In fact, we haven’t done any actual maths, but it’s looking like April is much snowier than December was in Europe!

In The Alpine Forecast

Further significant snowfall is forecast for the final week of April with up to a metre of new snow expected on higher runs in the Alps, with falling temperatures likely to produce some fabulous conditions.

Although most ski areas have now closed in Europe, those that remain open continue to offer great skiing at altitude so get there if you can!

More Snowy News

There is much more detail of the snow around the world in the full version of our J2Ski Weekly Snow Report - April 21st 2016 online.

Until next week,
The j2Ski Team

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Swiss Snow Reports - Snow Reports

Fresh Snow is reported by Saas Almagell. Significant Fresh Snow is forecast for 42 Swiss Ski Resorts, including Davos, Saas-Fee, Verbier, Wengen and Zermatt.

Open ski areas include 15 Swiss Ski Resorts.

Italian Snow Reports - Snow Reports

Fresh Snow is reported by Val Senales. Significant Fresh Snow is forecast for 14 Italian Ski Resorts, including Alta Badia, Breuil-Cervinia, Carezza, Courmayeur and La Thuile.

Open ski areas include 22 Italian Ski Resorts.

Fancy one last blast? There's still good snow in the Alps... but do check closing dates with the Tourist Office!

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Aosta Valley (1,191m - 3,490m) - Forecast


Patchy sleetMax 13°C
Min 0°C

Snow showersMax 13°C
Min -1°C

7cm to 8cm New Snow
Snow Line ranging from 2,098m to 1,752m, with rain below.

Patchy heavy snowMax 9°C
Min 0°C

3cm New Snow
Snow Line ranging from 1,470m to resort level.

Patchy moderate snowMax 3°C
Min -4°C

We don't have a current report for Aosta Valley, but Zermatt (25km away) reports snow depths of 220cm (Upper Slopes), with the last snowfall on 19 Apr. Zermatt reported "Good Snow".

The next notable snow forecast for Aosta Valley is 8cm, expected on 23 April, with around 22cm forecast over the next 7 days - and up to 94cm possible the following week.

Check J2Ski for the latest Snow Forecast for Aosta Valley (updated several times a day).

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J2Ski Weekly Snow Report
Aosta Valley
Issued Thursday 21 April

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