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Shading indicates areas above forecast snow level
Sunday's snow level is 1000m
Snow forecast down to: 1000m
Chance of precip.: 90 Visibility: Fair
Likely snow: 2-5cm Wind: Fresh NW

Snow Resort Cams - Weather now

Alpine forecast

Cold fronts will bring fresh snow this weekend, as much as about 5cm over the main resorts.

Next week will stay cold with help from a few passing weak fronts, great for further snow-making. The fronts will only bring odd brief light dusting of fresh snow to the main resorts, mainly late in the week.

A better chance for fresh snow is during the first week of July when a decent cold front-or-two becomes more likely.

  Weather Prob. of precip Likely snow Snow level Wind Visibility  
Jun 24
Snow showers, mainly south 70% <2cm 1200 NW Good snow forecast chart
Jun 25
Snow showers 90% 2-5cm 1000 Fresh NW Fair snow forecast chart
Jun 26
Snow showers mostly clearing 90% <2cm 1300 NW Improving snow forecast chart
Jun 27
Chance of snow later 30% <2cm 1500 NE to NW Good snow forecast chart
Jun 28
Chance of snow early 30% <2cm 1300 NW/SW Good snow forecast chart
Jun 29
Chance of snow in east 30% <2cm 1200 SW Good snow forecast chart
Jun 30
Snow in east and south 50% <2cm 1300 Fresh S Good snow forecast chart
Jul 01
Snow in east/sth mostly clearing 30% <2cm 1400 SE Good snow forecast chart
Jul 02
Becoming mostly sunny 20% Nil E to NE Excellent snow forecast chart
Jul 03
Cloud increasing 40% Nil N Excellent snow forecast chart
Jul 04
Snow developing later 60% <2cm 1500 NW Good snow forecast chart
Jul 05
Snow 80% 2-5cm 1400 NW Fair snow forecast chart
Jul 06
Snow 80% 2-5cm 1300 NW Fair snow forecast chart
Jul 07
Snow 60% <2cm 1300 NW Fair snow forecast chart
Jul 08
Chance of snow 30% <2cm 1300 NW Good snow forecast chart
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