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Austria

This week saw light cloud and snow cover over much of Austria, predominantly on the 20th and 21st, and falling most heavily in the north and east of the country. Temperatures have remained relatively consistent through the week, generally sitting between -5C and -10C moving into Thursday the 22nd February. Thick, low cloud reducing visibility persisted across many resorts, as did more newly recorded snowfall across resorts such as Bad Kleinkirchheim (50/130cm) and Obertauern (200/250cm) seeing 10cm, though the majority of resorts seeing snowfall were only reporting lighter dustings. This cloud is significantly impacting visibility across much of the region at all altitudes. The only resorts other than the most easterly resorts seeing sunshine are those glaciers with skiing options above the clouds. The current weather pattern looks likely to continue over the coming few days with clouds remaining in place over the coming days until at least the early part of the next week. Temperatures look to fluctuate slightly, with Sunday delivering the heaviest snow followed by a bitterly cold Monday next week.

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% 110 cm / 170 cm
Ischgl 98% 100 cm / 170 cm
Kaprun 100% 145 cm / 310 cm
Kitzbuhel 100% 97 cm / 144 cm
Kuhtai 100% 165 cm / 175 cm
Lech 100% 172 cm / 310 cm
Maria Alm 100% 135 cm / 180 cm
Mayrhofen 100% 5 cm / 130 cm
Obergurgl 62% 105 cm / 239 cm
Obertauern 100% 200 cm / 250 cm
Saalbach-Hinterglemm 0 cm / 0 cm
Seefeld 100% 45 cm / 100 cm
Solden 88% 25 cm / 330 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 / 188 cm

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