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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.
In North America, Timberline is the only one of our featured resorts that is open, and temperatures were up to around +15C on Monday, creating some nice soft riding conditons.
Colder temperatures have returned to Both New Zealand and Australia, and many resorts have benefited from fresh snow over the weekend. In New Zealand, Porter heights received 25cm in the last 24 hours, and at Australia, Falls Creek has measured around 15cm of fresh.
Portillo continues to win the plaudits in South America. Conditions are fantastic right across the mountain with snow continuing to fall. Meanwhile in Argentina, Las Lenas is also in great shape with plenty of fresh powder accumulated over the weekend.
Over the course of the week, both resorts are predicted to receive their fair share of bad weather, with rain and thunderstorms dominating the current forecast.
In Canada, Whistler has closed for the season.
Elsewhere, there has also been improvements at Ben Lomond (15/25cm) who have been able reopen the mountain, and had two lifts spinning on Monday.
On the North Island, Turoa (108cm) and Whakapapa (92cm) were both open and had good snow on piste, and windblown powder off the slopes. However, high winds and blizzard conditions were limited the operation of lifts on Monday 25th July.
Over at Argentina, Las Lenas (60/150cm) is the pick of the resorts, where 20cm of new snow fell over the weekend. Four lifts were running on Monday and the weather was predominately sunny.