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The Molltal Glacier (270cm) is also open for summer skiing. Here it was mainly overcast so visibility was quite low but good skiing can be enjoyed on well groomed pistes.
As the weekend approaches it appears it will be mainly cloudy but with bright starts. There is a chance of light snow fall if the freezing level remains low enough.
If you are heading out to Les Deux Alpes this weekend then don’t forget your sun screen as the forecast in indicating clear skies and lovely sunshine, so wax up your skies and enjoy.
Tignes and Val d’Isere are currently closed for snowsports.
For the weekend it looks like it will be sunny mornings followed by afternoon clouds which could bring light snow fall.
The weekend looks like it will be sunny mornings followed by increasing clouds which could bring light snow fall.
It looks like its going to be a very sunny weekend so if you are heading out don’t forget your sun screen.
Whistler, Canada is closed for the summer.
Perisher (160cm) had the most recent snow fall with a light dusting on the 19th August. Falls Creek was not far behind with 2cm falling on the 18th August, along with 2cm falling at Mount Hotham (129cm) and another 2cm at Thredbo (158cm).
The weekend looks quite varied for weather conditions. It looks to be a mixture of sunshine across the majority of our featured resorts, with Perisher and Selwyn Snowfields having more clouds. Sunday looks much cloudier for all of Australia but fortunately there is a chance of fresh snow if the freezing level stays low enough.
Cardrona (107cm), Coronet Peak (65cm), Mount Hutt (80cm) and Porter heights (65cm) all had a light snow fall on Thursday which has been great for the pistes as it has added a fresh layer.
The rest of our resorts saw sunny skies with increasing clouds, which may bring fresh snow in the early hours of Friday morning.
All of our featured resorts in New Zealand have had fresh snow in the past fortnight and as a result their pistes are in good shape.
The forecast is showing that the current clouds will move on in time for the weekend went the sun will shine. It will be cold however so do dress accordingly and don’t forget the sun tan lotion.
Termas de Chillan (340cm), Chile has an excellent base depth after recent heavy snow fall so if you are looking for some strong pistes and pockets of fresh powder then Termas De Chillan could be an excellent choice for you.
Las Lenas (130cm), Argentina also has great piste skiing available. On Thursday there were 11 lifts running for those out on their boards and skis. The off piste is a little varied at the moment but a good snowfall should be able to add enough powder.
For Chile, the weather forecast looks like it might turn a little cloudy when the weekend arrives but this could bring fresh snow, particularly on Saturday.
Argentina looks a little sunnier but Saturday could be a very cloudy day, with a chance of fresh snow.