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It’s snowing in the Alps
Ski Club of Great Britain report new snow in Europe

Snow has started falling in European ski resorts after several weeks without any significant fresh snow. This is fantastic news for Alpine resorts as the new snow will freshen up slopes and combined with the cold temperatures, snow conditions will improve as we enter the busiest part of the winter season.

Weather forecasts on the Ski Club of Great Britain report that the heaviest snowfall is expected Italy and Switzerland, but France and Austria will also benefit from new snow. Most European resorts should receive new snow with Cervinia (46cm forecast), Sauze
(22cm forecast),  Chamonix (31cm forecast), Saas Fee (54 cm forecast),
Zermatt (52cm forecast), Obergurgl (55cm forecast) and Zell am See (33cm forecast) all seeing significant snow over the next nine days.

Ski Club Snow Reports are updated daily and weather forecasts are updated throughout the day. Skiers and snowboarders can also download the Ski Club’s free Snow Report iPhone App from iTunes to find out where snow has been falling.

“Although the recent hard work by European resorts has provided some great skiing, this new snow will be welcomed by everyone. Most of Europe will see new snow this week which comes at the perfect time as the half term holidays begin” said Al Morgan, Information Manager at the Ski Club of Great Britain.

For comprehensive snow information visit the Ski Club of Great Britain website skiclub.co.uk

Ski Club of Great Britain snow reports
Ski Club Snow Reports are collated by a dedicated snow reporting team at the Ski Club’s headquarters who report on 250 resorts worldwide, including 34 Ski Club resorts where daily snow reports are sent back by Ski Club Leaders all who have skied in the resort that day. Ski Club Snow Reports can be viewed on the Ski Club of Great Britain website

Ski Club of Great Britain
The Ski Club of Great Britain is a not-for-profit snowsports club which offers membership benefits to 33,000 members. Membership costs £56 for an individual, £87 for families and £20 for under 24 members