Ski resorts in the Alps of Austria, Italy and Switzerland have reported up to 50cm (20 inches) of fresh snowfall in the past 24 hours, and in one case over a metre of new snow this week.
The biggest snowfalls have been reported on higher slopes in the Alps and the Stubai Glacier in Austria’s Tirol region has posted the biggest falls with 70cm in the last 48 hours and 105cm (3.5 feet) in the past week. It still has nearly two months of its ski season left being open for snowsports to June 10th, 2019
Eine frische Ladung Neuschnee für den Start der Osterferien ❄️! Aber keine Angst, schon ab Morgen soll die Sonne zurück sein ☀️!
Posted by Stubaier Gletscher on Sunday, 14 April 2019
Speikboden, a little to the south in Italy’s South Tyrol region has posted the second biggest snowfall in the past 24 hours with 35cm (14 inches) of new snow.
Obergurgl reported 30cm (a foot) and Solden and Bormio reported 25cm (10 inches) each since Saturday.
Webcam Bormio 2000 del 14 aprile 2019 | Nuova neve: 25 cm
Nuova #neve a #Bormio!25 cm in quota, 15 cm a Bormio 2000.Situazione impianti: http://ow.ly/f9Mu30oqg2z
Posted by Bormio Ski on Sunday, 14 April 2019
More than half of ski areas in the northern hemisphere will be closed by the end of today (Sunday 14th April) and snowfall is expected to ease over the coming week with just occasional light accumulations at altitude forecast.