Where is the snow?
OnTheSnow's Weekly Snow Report is updated every Wednesday to give you the best skiing conditions across Europe.
Winter has returned to Austria after half a metre of snow was recorded at the end of last week - conditions are particularly good in Stubai, Pitzal and Soelden. This is the last week of operations for the majority of open ski resorts across the Alps and if you're planning a last-minute getaway, Austria is the place to go.
Around half of resorts have now closed in France but there is still some good skiing to be found in Val Thorens (95-150cm), Les 2 Alpes (0-200cm), Avoriaz (30-110cm), La Plagne (20-190cm) and Val d'Isere/Tignes (35-145cm).
This week marks the end of the season for most, but Val Thorens and Val d'Isere will stay open until May 1, and Tignes until May 8.
Sunshine is the order of the day and there's no new snow in the forecast.
Austrian ski resorts are in great shape thanks to the recent snowfall. In the last three days, 75cm has been recorded in Lech-Zuers, 80cm in Obertauern, 55cm in Mayrhofen, 30cm in Soelden and Serfaus Fiss Ladis, and 25cm in St. Anton am Arlberg.
Some of the best skiing conditions right now are in Dachstein glacier (0-390cm), Soelden (0-311cm), Pitztal (131-193cm) and Stubai (20-220cm). The best non-glacier skiing can be found in St. Anton (35-250cm) with 70/87 open lifts and Lech-Zuers (50-170cm) also with 70/87 open lifts.
No new snow is forecast for Austria.
As always for this time of year, the best skiing conditions can be found in Saas-Fee (10-255cm) and Zermatt (0-155cm), whereas lower down many resorts have closed already.
No new snow is forecast for the Swiss Alps this week.
The majority of ski resorts in Italy are now closed for the season, including Sestriere, Sauze d'Oulx and Bardonecchia. But some good skiing can still be found in Cervinia-Breuil (20-190cm). The sun is shining brightly this week and there's no new snow is in the forecast for Italy.
All three ski areas are now closed in Andorra after a really great season of regular snowfalls.
All Scottish ski areas are closed after a pretty disastrious season with hardly any snow.