Our St Anton Snow Report and Forecast 8 January 2018 comes after a mixed week of weather, but suggests that the next week is set to be a great one.
They had some great conditions to see in 2018 in the Arlberg, with around 30cm of snow falling in the lead up to 31st December. Skiers on New Year’s Day in St Anton were lucky enough to begin January with blue skies, sunshine and some amazing piste conditions, as can be seen in the video below from 1st January.
January 1st, 2018 in St. Anton am Arlberg … couldn't have been better than this!#stantonamarlberg
Posted by St. Anton am Arlberg on Monday, 1 January 2018
However, St. Anton did not totally escape Storm Eleanor, with a few days of snowy, windy and cloudy conditions. The below video shows the situation down at resort level, where the temperatures were around -1 degrees. Latest snow depths are as follows: Valluga 315 cm, St. Christoph 185 cm, Galzig 200 cm, Gampen 170 cm, Rendl 140 cm
The forecast is looking good!Cold temperatures and snowfall … https://goo.gl/kCtLQtGet ready to a wonderful winter holiday in #stantonamarlberg.▶ Schneehöhe/Snow depth: Valluga 315 cm, St. Christoph 185 cm, Galzig 200 cm, Gampen 170 cm, Rendl 140 cm. | Freezing Level: 900m | Temps: -13℃ at Peak/ -1℃ Valley
Posted by St. Anton am Arlberg on Tuesday, 2 January 2018
This weather has cleared up recently though, with the past weekend’s conditions returning to the fantastic bright conditions of the new year. The forecast for the next week is looking very good as well, varying between sunshine and light cloud. Only around 7cm of snow is forecast over the next week, between Thursday afternoon and Friday afternoon. It’s looking like a brilliant week for skiing in the St. Anton area.