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Italy Snow

Strong sunshine has returned to the border regions of Italy on Thursday 19th January. Despite heavy snowfalls which have been impacting more southerly central regions of Italy, dry sunny conditions are dominating The Alps range. On snow conditions today were still very good thanks to recent snowfalls. The Holiday crowds have disappeared from most resorts so conditions on the lower slopes were also good. If you are heading out skiing in Italy in the coming week you should expect mostly sunny dry conditions. Sunday will see a light disturbance pass through bringing some snowfalls of about 20cm around The Matterhorn and The Sella Ronda. The Milky Way area may see 15cm, elsewhere a lighter dusting is all that should be expected.

Resort Summary

Resorts Lifts Open Lower/Upper Last Snow
Arabba 54% 15 cm / 30 cm 30 cm (14th-Jan) More
Canazei 91% 10 cm / 40 cm 10 cm (14th-Jan) More
Cervinia 100% 35 cm / 115 cm 3 cm (15th-Jan) More
Champoluc 100% 35 cm / 170 cm 20 cm (13th-Dec) More
Claviere 81% 50 cm / 140 cm 3 cm (13th-Jan) More
Colfosco More
Cortina 82% 10 cm / 25 cm 10 cm (14th-Jan) More
Corvara More
Courmayeur 100% 30 cm / 90 cm 50 cm (14th-Jan) More
Dolomites (general) More
Gressoney More
La Thuile 100% 30 cm / 150 cm 50 cm (13th-Jan) More
La Villa More
Livigno 97% 5 cm / 54 cm 2 cm (13th-Jan) More
Madonna di Campiglio 95% 10 cm / 50 cm 15 cm (13th-Nov) More
Milky Way More
Ortisei More
Passo Tonale 90% 40 cm / 110 cm 10 cm (14th-Jan) More
Pila 73% 20 cm / 200 cm 13 cm (13th-Jan) More
San Cassiano More
Sauze d'Oulx 81% 50 cm / 140 cm 5 cm (13th-Jan) More
Selva Gardena 100% 5 cm / 30 cm 5 cm (13th-Jan) More
Sestriere 81% 50 cm / 140 cm 10 cm (13th-Jan) More
Venice More

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