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None of our featured Italian resorts have reported snow over the week thus far, with the most recent snowfall being the tail end of last week for most. Clouds have now moved in across almost the entire region however bringing poor visibility; only a handful of resorts in the North East were cloud free, such as Courmayeur (145/250cm). Snow had started falling in some resorts by mid-morning of Thursday the 22nd, and was expected to do so elsewhere over the course of the day. This will hopefully top up some slopes, and in particular refresh some increasingly heavily tracked off piste skiing options. Forecasts indicating light to moderate snowfall on Thursday 22nd, becoming heaviest on Friday. The Piedmont region looks on track to see the largest accumulations, including current predictions of up to 50cm over Cervinia (70/380cm), with other resorts in the Aosta Valley also in line for plenty of new snow. Moderate accumulations are expected for the majority of the rest of our featured resorts well into next week.

Resort Summary

Resorts Lifts Open Lower/Upper
Arabba 93% 132 cm / 158 cm
Bardonecchia 91% 70 cm / 200 cm
Canazei 95% 50 cm / 135 cm
Cervinia 100% 70 cm / 380 cm
Champoluc 100% 130 cm / 250 cm
Claviere 81% 40 cm / 170 cm
Cortina 95% 40 cm / 130 cm
Courmayeur 100% 145 cm / 250 cm
La Thuile 100% 75 cm / 300 cm
Livigno 100% 100 cm / 123 cm
Madonna di Campiglio 100% 130 cm / 275 cm
Passo Tonale 100% 60 cm / 250 cm
Pila 100% 100 cm / 200 cm
Sauze d'Oulx 81% 40 cm / 170 cm
Selva Gardena 100% 50 cm / 130 cm
Sestriere 81% 50 cm / 180 cm

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