More Snowfall in the Alps


More Snowfall in the Alps

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More Snowfall in the Alps

J2SkiNews posted 14-Mar

Snow is falling again today across much of the Alps.

The fresh snowfall follows some very warm temperatures on Monday, with many areas seeing afternoon temperatures of lower slopes getting in to the teens.

The warm weather in turn followed the heaviest snowfalls all season over the weekend in the western and northern Alps.

However that weekend snowfall had limited geographical extent, todays is much more widespread, with more ski areas in Austria and eastern Italy and Switzerland that didn't see weekend snowfall, seeing some this time.

The deepest reported snow depth in the Alps and Europe's, 379cm on the highest slopes above Tignes, has increased by another 9cm after its 1 metre jump in the past five days (having hardly changed in the previous two months).

Les Gets pictured top this afternoon, La Plagne below.

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