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Weekly Snow Report - Monday 01 June
The week ahead
This is our guide to where to ski in June, with an overview of the coming season for the Southern Hemisphere.
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- Heavy pre-season snowfall in New Zealand.
- Resorts to open on four continents on last day of spring.
- Norwegian summer ski areas have to delay opening due to too much snow on access roads.
- Heavy late May snow in the Alps good news for glaciers open in June.
- Lift-served skiing in France recommences in June.
- Some Alpine ski areas received more snow in May than they did in December.
June is a key month in the southern hemisphere! The 2015 ski season gets underway in South America, Australia, New Zealand and at a few small centres in southern Africa. So far it is looking quite promising at most of these areas, particularly New Zealand where accumulations of up to 1.5m were reported during May at some areas. Australia has had snow too and more recently low temperatures to allow for snowmaking.
There are fewer than 20 areas open in the northern Hemisphere as we enter June but J2ski.com can report that that number may actually increase overall by the end of the month, as more glacier areas are scheduled to re-open for summer skiing than shut down in June. Low temperatures and some substantial snowfalls in late May mean most are looking good for the last few weeks of spring.
Saturday June 20th will see ski areas open on four continents simultaneously, including Les 2 Alpes in France, Europe and Whistler in Canada, North America for summer glacier skiing and Portillo in Chile, South America and The Remarkables in New Zealand, Australia,/Oceania for their winter ski seasons.
There is much more detail of the snow around the world in the full version of J2Ski's Where to Ski in June 2015 online.
We hope to get a quick update out later this month, to mark the turn of the seasons...
Until next month,
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10cm+ Fresh Snow is forecast for Tux - Finkenberg.
Open ski areas include 3 Austrian Ski Resorts.
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Briançon - Snow Forecast
Briançon (1,350m to 2,780m), France
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There is currently no significant snow in the forecast for Briançon, but mountain weather changes quickly, so keep an eye on the latest weather updates on J2Ski.
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