There's been heavy snow in parts of the French and Italian Alps, but it's the Dolomites that are seeing the heaviest snowfall at present, with one resort, Arabba, reporting more than 1.2 metres (four feet) of new snow in the past 48 hours.
It's a similar story elsewhere in North-Eastern and central-Northern Italy, with Madonna di Campiglio accumulating 55cm of new snow in the past 24 hours and a foot (30cm) for San Vito di Cadore and San Martino Di Castrozza reported 35cm of new snow.
Over on the West of the country, Courmayeur and the Aosta Valley are still benefitting from a similar fall on Monday and Tuesday this week.
Italian resorts have had some of the best snow of the big four Alpine nations this winter and currently have some of the continent's deepest snow bases with up to 450cm (15 feet) lying.