Now that's more like it! The snowstorm of last weekend really transformed skiing conditions in the Alps. The storm was so dramatic - with high winds, whirling snow and poor visibility - that many of the glaciers were forced to close at the beginning of the week.

Skiers awoke Tuesday morning to sunny skies and fantastic powder conditions. Some of the best skiing and deepest snow right now can be found in: Val d'Isere (77-146cm), Val Thorens (1240142), Courchevel (63-131cm), Les Arcs (60-120cm), Avoriaz (70-110cm), La Rosiere (70-150cm), Verbier (30-155cm), Arosa (50-120cm), Davos-Klosters (47-145cm), Soelden (0-281cm), St. Anton am Arlberg (40-140cm), Lech-Zuers (80-95cm), Obergurgl-Hochgurgl (55-210cm) and Warth (105-130cm).

Looking ahead, another snowstorm is rolling in towards the Northern French Alps this weekend, expected to bring around 50cm to Avoriaz, Tignes, Megeve, Chamonix, La Plagne, Morzine, Meribel, Les Menuires, Les Arcs and more.

20-45cm of snow is expected in the Scottish ski resorts of Glenshee, Lecht, Glencoe, Cairngorm and Nevis Range over the weekend.

See full European Snow Forecast.

Andorran ski resorts are open but could do with a big snow dump to open more terrain. Some light snow of 5-7cm is forecast over this weekend for Vallnord/Arcalis (25-40cm), Pal-Arinsal (20-40cm) and Grandvalira (5-35cm)

Bankso (5-60cm) is the only open resort in Bulgaria and received a welcome 10cm of snow on Monday but still only has 2 runs open. Around 20cm of powder is in the forecast over the weekend!

See all projected ski openings and all Open Ski Resorts in Europe

See our Snow Gallery page.

Current Snow Depths For Europe; click on the map to see snow density (

Read our interative weekly snow report for the big four: Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland. We publish it every Thursday. Let it snow!!!!