Last Thursday and especially on Friday there were still big snowfalls in Austria with up to 70cm (28 inches) at the Tauplitzalm on Friday contributing to a total of 115cm - nearly four feet - in 7 days.
The Austrian snowfalls continued on Saturday with a couple of Powderalarms issued by skiinfo.com at the SkiWelt which received 50cm (20 inches) in 48 hours since. Most other resorts got around 30cm (a foot) on Friday already and another 20cm (eight inches) on Saturday taking upper slopes depths of 240cm (eight feet). Snow depth on the Kaprun and Dachstein glaciers remain above four metres (14 feet) which bodes well for summer skiing this year.
German resorts also had up to 40cm of snow last Friday at Jenner by Berchtesgaden. Oberstdorf now has snow cover of up to three metres (10 feet), one of the deepest in the country.
In Switzerland Disentis got 40cm (16 inches) of snow on Thursday and there were some smaller snowfalls on Friday. Andermatt is reporting the deepest snow in the country with a 460cm (Over 15 feet) base with Zermatt on 397cm (just over 13 feet), Engelberg on 385cm (just under 13 feet) and Saas Fee 353cm (just under 14 feet).
Italy has had a mostly sunny week with Courmayeur receiving the most snow - another 30cm (foot). Sella Nevea in the North East of the country has the most snow with 640cm (21 feet) on upper slopes . The warm weather is reported to have increased the avalanche risk.