Latest snow report

Updated: 9pm Friday 29 March 2024

Snow conditions are extremely mixed across the Alps right now. For quite some time, the weather pattern has been stuck in a largely southerly or south-westerly flow, meaning that the bulk of any fresh snow has fallen across the southern Alps, particularly in the south-west.


Resorts that have done particularly well from this pattern include those in the Monterosa region, alongside Isola 2000, Montgenèvre and Sestriere. The snow has also spilled further north at times, with Val Cenis, Val d’Isère, Tignes, Zermatt and Saas-Fee also seeing significant totals in the last week or two, especially at altitude.


Elsewhere in the Alps, there has been some new snow at times in recent days but, as it has never been that cold, the spring thaw has outweighed any new accumulations at lower altitudes. The Foehn has also been a nuisance and will blow strongly again this weekend.


Across the pond, Utah continues to offer some of the best snow conditions in North America…

View of the Front de Neige in Isola 2000, France, with plenty of snow on the ski slopes – Weather to ski – Snow report, 29 March 2024 Masses of snow in the far southern French resort of Isola 2000 – Photo:, 29 March 2024

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