Beneficiaries include the Kitzsteinhorn glacier at Kaprun in Austria and Engelberg in Switzerland. You could also opt for Austria's Dachstein, Kaunertal, Stubai or Tux glaciers this week for more fresh snow.
There are no ski areas open in France until next month and in Italy just the Presena glacier, with two red runs, above Passo Tonale. Switzerland also has Glacier 3000 open at weekends, and St Moritz and Zermatt both offering glacier skiing.
The greatest snow depths in Europe, at more than five metres, are however to be found at Norway's summer ski areas
If you go further north still you can ski in daylight at midnight twice weekly from this Friday May 20th at Riksgransen in the Swedish Arctic circle which is fully open. Ruka in Finland is still open but with only one run operational.
Across the Atlantic there's been fresh snow too at Banff (Sunshine) and Whistler (Blackcomb Glacier) which are both still open. For Sunshine this is the last weekend of its long winter, unless it decides to extend its season - it's already planning to re-open for Canada Day at the start of July.
In the US you can still ski at Donner, Squaw and Mammoth in California, Snowbird in Utah, Arapahoe basin in Colorado, Mt Bachelor and Timberline in Oregon and Crystal Mountain in Washington state. Some are only open at weekends.
In the southern hemisphere Perisher in Australia will open for this weekend only (so far) following heavy snow last week and low temperatures for snowmaking this.