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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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Les Deux Alpes (235cm) and Tignes (180cm), France both had rain on Thursday 24th July.
Austria has suffered a little more with rain showers, which has seen Kaprun and the Dachstein Glacier close temporarily along with The Stubai Glacier.
This is the last week of summer skiing operations at Whistler, Canada so head up onto Blackcomb and enjoy the sunny skies and snowy slopes.
The snow showers have subsided in Australia and it was mainly overcast with the odd sunny spell on Thursday.
New Zealand has benefitted from recent snow fall this week with a number of resorts receiving a fresh drop.
Chile has had fresh snow falling across all of our featured resorts this week. Argentina was mainly a mixture of sun and cloud with the potential for evening snow showers.
The Hintertux Glacier (300cm) still offers good summer time skiing on well groomed pistes. The snow park was closed and the off piste is becoming limited but there is still a good base depth of 300cm and there were 11 lifts running on Thursday.
The forecast is predicting more rain for Friday 25th July, which could continue into the weekend. There is a good chance of light snow fall though higher up on the mountains.
The clouds are expected to remain over the weekend but there is a good chance of snow fall on Friday and Saturday afternoon and in each evening. The forecast then indicates sunshine for Sunday 27th July.
Val D’isere has snow closed for the summer season.
Saas Fee (295cm) was on standby due to the conditions not being suitable enough.
This is the final week of summer skiing on Blackcomb at Whistler (100cm), Canada. On Thursday 24th July it was quite a wet and cloudy day but good skiing is still available on the groomed pistes.
Perisher (169cm) has a great base depth along with Thredbo (169cm). Other resorts such as Mount Baw Baw are growing more, now with a base depth of 90cm. Ben Lomond (15cm) is open for snow sports but it would benefit from more snow fall.
The overcast skies looks likely to continue as the weekend approaches, there is a chance of light snowfall on the mountain tops. The temperature looks likely to average around the freezing mark so wrap up warm. The sun is expected to return on Sunday.
Turoa (145cm) offers great winter snow sports in New Zealand at the moment, with an increasing base depth and a recent snow fall this week, you can be assured of good piste skiing. The off piste still needs more snow but pockets of fresh powder can be found for those who are hungry for the soft stuff.
The forecast for Friday 25th July indicates scattered snow showers to parts of New Zealand with the majority of the ski regions receiving sunshine. As the weekend draws near, the clouds look set to fade and the sun will shine across all of New Zealand.
All of our featured resorts in Chile have been fortunate with fresh snow fall this week. In Particular Portillo (84cm) had around 13cm fall on Wednesday 23rd July. Of the 14 lifts in the resort, 13 were running which provided access to some fabulous pistes and fresh powder off piste. The overall temperature across Chile is rather cold at the moment with temperatures averaging around -3C. The sun is expected to shine throughout Chile on Friday afternoon but clouds look likely to develop as the weekend approaches, which could see more fresh snow.