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Austria

Sunday brought snow across a number of resorts in Austria, though for the most part only modest accumulations. Recorded amounts include 5cm for the Ski Juwel region (65/200cm), 10cm Dorfgastein (95/220cm). Higher amounts fell over the glacier resorts. 15cm on Kaprun (140/320cm), and highest total recorded on the summit of Solden (25/337cm). This will add to last Thursday’s snowfall, with pistes staying in great shape generally during peak weeks of school holiday. Monday’s skies showed no signs of the clouds that delivered snow the previous day, with only light clouds in the sky for the majority of resorts. In those cases, it is predominantly sitting in the valleys, with clear skies at higher elevations. Temperatures are generally towards the mild end of the spectrum, hovering only a few degrees below freezing level. Tuesday looks to bring a new period of cloud cover as a storm develops over the East of the country primarily. Currently, this is expected to bring only light snowfall, coming down more heavily over those resorts in Salzburg and Cartinthia.

Resort Summary

Resorts Lifts Open Lower/Upper
Alpbach 100% 80 cm / 200 cm
Bad Kleinkirchheim 100% 50 cm / 130 cm
Ellmau 98% 80 cm / 165 cm
Filzmoos 100% 105 cm / 160 cm
Ischgl 98% 100 cm / 170 cm
Kaprun 100% 140 cm / 320 cm
Kitzbuhel 98% 96 cm / 144 cm
Kuhtai 100% 165 cm / 175 cm
Lech 100% 165 cm / 300 cm
Maria Alm 100% 135 cm / 180 cm
Mayrhofen 100% 5 cm / 130 cm
Obergurgl 86% 101 cm / 231 cm
Obertauern 100% 200 cm / 250 cm
Saalbach-Hinterglemm 0 cm / 0 cm
Seefeld 100% 45 cm / 100 cm
Solden 88% 25 cm / 331 cm
Soll 98% 85 cm / 170 cm
St. Anton 0 cm / 0 cm
Westendorf 98% 85 cm / 170 cm
Zell am See 97% 5 cm / 185 cm

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