Where is the snow in Europe and North America?

1st January 2013 | Patrick Thorne

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Deep snow at Stowe Mountain Resort, 12/27/2012. - ©Stowe Mountain Resort/Facebook

Deep snow at Stowe Mountain Resort, 12/27/2012.
Copyright: Stowe Mountain Resort/Facebook

Deep snow at Stowe Mountain Resort, 12/27/2012. - ©Stowe Mountain Resort/Facebook
Verbier ski area. Dec. 30, 2012. - ©Verbier

Verbier ski area. Dec. 30, 2012.
Copyright: Verbier

Verbier ski area. Dec. 30, 2012. - ©Verbier
Cervinia ski area from the lifts. Dec. 31, 2012 - ©Cervinia

Cervinia ski area from the lifts. Dec. 31, 2012
Copyright: Cervinia

Cervinia ski area from the lifts. Dec. 31, 2012 - ©Cervinia
Although natural snow hasn’t been overly abundant as of late, places like Stowe have been doing quite well, and are even opening up natural snow only terrain.

Although natural snow hasn’t been overly abundant as of late, places like Stowe have been doing quite well, and are even opening up natural snow only terrain.

Although natural snow hasn’t been overly abundant as of late, places like Stowe have been doing quite well, and are even opening up natural snow only terrain.
A car sits buried in by weekend snow in the parking lot of Squaw Valley.

A car sits buried in by weekend snow in the parking lot of Squaw Valley.

A car sits buried in by weekend snow in the parking lot of Squaw Valley.
Deep powder turns at Cannon Mountain. 12/27/2012 - ©Cannon Mountain/Facebook

Deep powder turns at Cannon Mountain. 12/27/2012
Copyright: Cannon Mountain/Facebook

Deep powder turns at Cannon Mountain. 12/27/2012 - ©Cannon Mountain/Facebook
Powder in Ischgl

Powder in Ischgl

Powder in Ischgl