Today's men's downhill practices were cancelled after 14 skiers due to mist and the women's practice were cancelled as well, but the two races are scheduled to go ahead tomorrow.
Sweden's downhill skier Hans Olsson reports that the slopes were good overall but that some of the steep parts were very icy.
The weather forecast predicts mixed weather during the rest of the week with temperatures between -1 to -5 degrees and some small snow showers.
Elsewhere in Sweden it is Lindvallen that got the most snow in the past seven days with 29cm (a foot)of fresh cover. Lindvallen is included in one of Sweden's biggest ski systems - Sälen, which has the most skier days in the country.
The top five snow depths in Sweden are currently Kåbdalis and Lofsdalen with 105cm (3.5 feet) each and Björkliden, Branäs and Storlien each with a metre of snow lying (3.33 feet).