After one of the snowiest months on record, the snow tap appears to have been switched off for now in Western Norway. Great skiing can be found here at the likes of Voss, where the base depth at the foot of the mountain lies at a massive 250cm and all lifts were open.
Further east, Tuesday was a beautiful sunny day in Sweden and Finland, providing the perfect overhead conditions for a day in the mountains. Temperatures have remained cold and great piste skiing can be found across the region.
The outlook for the region looks set to remain similar throughout the rest of the week, with mostly sunny skies, cool temperatures and light winds expected. Snow is possible on Sunday.