Where is the snow in Europe and North America?

8th January 2013 | Patrick Thorne

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40cm of snow in Chamonix and still falling. Jan. 11, 2013 - ©Chamonix Tourism

40cm of snow in Chamonix and still falling. Jan. 11, 2013
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40cm of snow in Chamonix and still falling. Jan. 11, 2013 - ©Chamonix Tourism
40cm of snow in Chamonix and still falling. Jan. 11, 2013 - ©Chamonix Tourism

40cm of snow in Chamonix and still falling. Jan. 11, 2013
Copyright: Chamonix Tourism

40cm of snow in Chamonix and still falling. Jan. 11, 2013 - ©Chamonix Tourism
Blue skies and plenty of snow in Les Menuires. Jan. 4, 2013 - ©Les Menuires

Blue skies and plenty of snow in Les Menuires. Jan. 4, 2013
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Blue skies and plenty of snow in Les Menuires. Jan. 4, 2013 - ©Les Menuires
Fresh powder in Morzine. Dec. 31,2012 - ©Morzine

Fresh powder in Morzine. Dec. 31,2012
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Fresh powder in Morzine. Dec. 31,2012 - ©Morzine
Pow days have been a familiar scene for Sugarbush skiers and riders this season. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.

Pow days have been a familiar scene for Sugarbush skiers and riders this season. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.

Pow days have been a familiar scene for Sugarbush skiers and riders this season. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.
Hunter Mountain has over 80% open terrain. Photo Courtesy of Hunter Mountain.

Hunter Mountain has over 80% open terrain. Photo Courtesy of Hunter Mountain.

Hunter Mountain has over 80% open terrain. Photo Courtesy of Hunter Mountain.
Sugarbush received over 97

Sugarbush received over 97" of natural snow in December alone. Taken: December 25, 2012. Photo Courtesy of Sugarbush.

Sugarbush received over 97
Nice sunny conditions in Myrkdalen  - ©Per Finne

Nice sunny conditions in Myrkdalen
Copyright: Per Finne

Nice sunny conditions in Myrkdalen  - ©Per Finne