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Weekly Snow Report - Thursday 11 February
The week ahead
There's plenty more snow to talk about this week, and a heads-up if you're heading to the mountains this coming weekend.
- After little snow all season, three feet of snow this week for St Moritz, including two days with 30cm in 24 hours.
- Deepest base in Europe nears 4m mark.
- Heavy snow in the Dolomites and the Eastern Alps at last.
- Telluride reports deepest snow base for 10 years.
- Up to a foot of new snow in Andorra
It has been another snowy week in Europe with big snowfalls reported in the Alps and Scandinavia with resorts reporting accumulations of 30cm (a foot) or more in 24 hours, repeated over successive days in some places.
Most notable has been snow in the Eastern Alps and Dolomites where it has been particularly needed. Some ski areas that had seen less than 30cm of snow up to last weekend in total all season have subsequently received up to a metre of snow in the last week.
It's been a quieter week in North America although there’s been yet more significant snowfall in the northwest - particularly Alaska and British Columbia - and some fresh snow in the East.
There is now a decent amount of snow in the forecast for just about all European mountains over the next week. Heavy snow is expected over the weekend in the North / West Alps and Pyrenees, with lighter snow elsewhere. As with the week just gone, just about everywhere will see useful amounts of snow at some point, with a significant mid-week fall on the cards for Eastern areas that may miss out on the weekend snow party!
Between the snowy days, next week should see a few more clear spells than this week, so - all in all - it's looking rather good for half-term, however...
Travel on Saturday, in and around the French and Swiss Alps in particular, does look likely to be in the firing line. If you are heading into (or out of) the mountains this weekend then you should be prepared for possible delays, and make sure you're fully equipped for snow-covered roads.
We've posted a little more detail in our Forum here - Snow Forecast for Transfer Day and will update that post later as the forecast evolves.
There is much more detail of the snow around the world in the full version of J2Ski Weekly Snow Report - February 11th 2016 online.
Until next week,
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The next snow forecast for Showdown Montana is 3cm, expected on 13 February, with around 6cm forecast over the next 7 days.
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