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Get the latest snow and weather conditions in all major ski areas updated on Monday and Thursday afternoons by the Ski Club's information department.
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Turoa and Whakapapa, New Zealand had spots of cloud seen up high in the early part of the day but by the afternoon these had passed or faded and the sun began to shine.
All of our featured resorts in South America are now closed for the season.
All of our featured resorts in Australia are now closed for the season.
The Molltal Glacier (190cm) was open for snow sports on Monday 20th October and enjoyed a relatively nice day. There were thinly spread clouds but blue skies were the main feature of the sky. The pistes are in good condition and there were a total of four lifts in operation on Monday.
Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts because there is lots of cloud forecast for the middle of the week and there is also a chance of widespread snow so fingers crossed for fresh pistes, powder and the chance to build a snowman.
The week ahead looks very sunny but there is cloud forecast for mid-week which could bring light snow.
Saas Fee (218cm) enjoyed recent snow fall and as a result the pistes are in a very good state with pockets of fresh powder to be found off the piste. There were seven lifts in operation for those fortunate enough to be out enjoying some excellent glacier skiing on Monday.
The next few days look cloudier for Switzerland with a chance of light snow mid-week, after which the sunshine is expected to return.
There is more cloud expected mid-week but there is a chance of light snow.
Cervinia and The Presena Glacier are closed for the summer.
Both resorts are reporting firm pistes in the morning followed by much softer conditions in the afternoon which is to be expected at this time of the year. The off piste is quite varied as it starts out hard but does soften later on but please be aware of rocky patches. It started out a little cloudy to begin with on Monday 20th October but by the afternoon Turoa and Whakapapa were enjoying spring time sunshine with light clouds.
Over the next few days there are more clouds expected but these will pass, which will allow for more sunshine.