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SNOW NEWS UPDATED 17 SEPTEMBER 2018

INTRODUCTION Despite a number of resorts being forced to curtail their seasons in South America, heavy snowfall was forecast to return to the region, potentially bringing upwards of 50cm across each of our featured resorts. Australia experienced more typical spring conditions over the weekend, with light snowfall followed by bluebird conditions. This is a contrast with New Zealand, where very heavy snowfall down to low altitudes across a number of resort deposited as much as 30-50cm of new snow in places.

AUSTRIA After a period of predominately clear days over our featured Austrian resorts, heavy cloud cover returned on Monday 17th, significantly limiting visibility on the upper slopes of Hintertux (0/75cm) and curtailing any skiing that may have been possible. Resorts Dachstein, Kaprun, Kaunertal, Molltal, Pitztal, Solden and Stubai Glacier all currently closed.

La Grande Terche, St Jean d'Aulps/Espace Roc d'Enfer

FRANCE There is no longer any summer skiing available in France.

Alpine coaster, Gstaad Glacier 3000

SWITZERLAND Both Saas Fee (0/2200cm) and Zermatt (0/300cm) sat under bright sun, with clouds sitting below the altitudes of the slopes. There was limited change in terms of snow conditions, with good conditions over both.

Sent to our help desk, by a user, in 2010., Colere

ITALY A great weekend ski wise in Australia delivered first fresh snowfall followed by bluebird conditions. Resorts saw light to moderate accumulations, with 13cm over Mount Baw Baw (45/60cm). Monday 17th saw these bluebird conditions continue, abate with a stiff wind across the slopes resulting in some chilly riding conditions. All our featured resorts are still offering good coverage, especially for this point in the season with more than 1.5m remaining on the upper slopes of several resorts.

NORTH AMERICA Summer skiing has now ended in North America for the season.

AUSTRALIA A great weekend ski wise in Australia delivered first fresh snowfall followed by bluebird conditions. Resorts saw light to moderate accumulations, with 13cm over Mount Baw Baw (45/60cm). Monday 17th saw these bluebird conditions continue, abate with a stiff wind across the slopes resulting in some chilly riding conditions. All our featured resorts are still offering good coverage, especially for this point in the season with more than 1.5m remaining on the upper slopes of several resorts.

Earn your Turns!, Turoa

NEW ZEALAND New Zealand was in the midst of some unseasonable conditions, with heavy snowfall across the majority of the country. The snowline dropped as low as 500m across resorts around Queenstown in the south, while in the Northern Island, snow fell in Whakapapa town itself. Cardrona (85/190cm) reported while Coronet Peak (40/100cm) The Remarkables (105/142cm), and Treble Cone (145/163cm) saw 30-35cm a piece. A number of resorts were forced to either limit lift operations or close completely, including Mt Lyford (70/195cm) and Mount Dobson (80/102cm) due to high wind and reduced visibility. Expect heavy cloud and wind even over those resorts that are fully operational. Current forecasts show this storm to ease off through Tuesday, leaving some fantastic riding conditions across the country. Far more mild snowfall may return towards the latter part of this week, though expect sunny skies for the most part.

SOUTH AMERICA Despite many resorts seeing early closures, both Cerro Catedral (10/40cm) and Chapelco (0/50cm) saw surprising late season conditions on Monday 17th September, with temperatures sat comfortably below freezing and the potential for fresh snowfall, continuing for much of the rest of the week. By Thursday and Friday, there is the potential for substantial accumulations totaling as much as 40cm. An even greater amount of snow is predicted to come down over Nevados de Chillan (20/174cm) and Valle Nevado (60/100cm). If forecast are correct, there could well be heavy snowfall for the evening of Monday 17th, carrying on through Tuesday and Thursday, delivering a substantial amount of late season snowfall.ason snowfall.