SNOW OVERVIEW FOR 27 JULY 2017Temperatures have dropped in Europe, and some fresh snow could be on the cards for the likes of Kaprun. In France the best skiing can be found at les Deux Alpes, whilst skiing in Tignes is due to continue on the Grande Motte glacier until 6th August. On the Swiss/Italian border, both Zermatt and Cervinia have reopened after they were forced to close earlier in the week due to bad weather.
Fresh snow in Australia has provided a soft top to an otherwise firm base, and more snow is being predicted during the course of the day.
Ski resorts in New Zealand have yet again been blessed with more snow, with Mt Hutt and Porter Heights in particular taking a large share of the spoils.
In South America it was largely sunny day in Chile, with some lovely skiing across our featured resorts. In Argentina the weather was more changeable, and strong winds at Cerro Catedral may cause disruption to lift operation during the day.