BEFORE, DURING & AFTER
6th November 2016
So how much snow has fallen and what difference has it made? Easy. We have pictures from before, during and after the storm hit. NEW&UPDATED
Snow started to fall on Saturday and continued through to Monday.
See here for our main story as we tracked it across the weekend.
Some of the biggest falls were predicted by the Swiss Italian border and so it turned out.
The first pictures come from the very top of St Moritz in Switzerland.
The first ones were taken in the middle of the afternoon on Friday – the second ones come from 48-hours later on Sunday, the next on Monday and the final one on Tuesday morning.
And it wasn’t just at altitude.
Here is the scene at the base of the resort.
It was also predicted to snow down to 1,000m and so it proved over in the Portes du Soleil in France.
There are a handful of glaciers resorts open across the Alps.
We started out ski season a couple of weeks ago in the resort of Stubai in the Tirol – see here for our report on autumn skiing.
Other resorts open in Austria are are the galcier areas of Hintertux, Kaprun, Pitztal, Soelden, Molltal, Dachstein and Kaunertal.
Italy has Cervinia and Val Senales open.
In France it is just Tignes.
In Switzerland you can ski on the glaciers at Zermatt, Saas-Fee, Glacier 3000 and Engelberg.
This weekend we have been monitoring the changes from Rothorn in Zermatt.
The snow ended on Monday and we will be updating this article with more pictures later.
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