A Foot of snow (30cms) was reported to have fallen at the 9,000 ft Northern Italian mountain pass called Passo Stelvio on September 11, 2017.
There are 8 ski resorts currently open in Europe:
Fona Glacier, Norway = 118 inches (300cm) Snow depth
Galdhøppigen Sommerskisenter, Norway = 79 inches (200cm) Snow depth
Passo dello Stelvio, Italy = 59 inches (150cm) Snow depth
Saas Fee, Switzerland = 24 inches (60cm) Snow depth
Molltall Glacier, Austria = 20 inches (50cm) Snow depth
Hintertux, Glacier, Austria = 18 inches (45cm) Snow depth
Solden, Austria = 10 inches (25cm) Snow depth
Val Senales, Italy = 6 inches (15cm) Snow depth
The Austrian Tirol has two ski resorts that will be opening tomorrow. Making it a total of 10 ski resorts open in Europe in early September.
The Pitztal Glacier (Pitztaler Gletscher), Austria will open for the 2017/18 this Saturday September 16, 2017.
The Stubai Glacier (Stubaier Gletscher), Austria will also open Saturday, September 16.
There was snow at Hintertux Glacier, Austria on September 11 and 12, about 2 inches (5cms) with over 18 inches (45cm) of snow pack overall.
Austria’s Molltal Glacier reported about 8 inches (20 cms) of snowfall overnight on September 12
Solden, Austria opened on September 15, 2017.
Val Senales, Italy reported 6 inches (15 cms) of new snow that fell on Monday September 10, 2017.