Ski resorts around the world have seen their snowfalls increase this winter as a combination of heavy snowfall in the Alps and a warm Arctic air is expected to keep things warm for the coming months.
The world’s first snowfall recorded in 2016 saw the Alpine resorts of Banff and Blackcomb fall by a whopping 20cm, while Blackcomb ski resort saw a massive 13cm fall.
However, despite this record snowfall, there is still a significant amount of snow in the mountains of Europe, as well as in Australia and New Zealand.
The US has recorded the biggest snowfalls with 13.2cm on top of the record snowfalls in 2016 and in France, where a total of 12.4cm has fallen.
The UK, however, saw a record snow accumulation of 10.5cm in the capital, London.
It is the first time in recorded history that snowfall has been recorded in Europe, with some areas having record amounts of snowfall.
It’s the first winter in which snowfall totals have been recorded across the continent, and the first in which the snowfall is recorded by the European Space Agency (ESA).
While the first snowfalls were recorded in the US in early November, the first recorded snowfall across Europe was on 1 November, when an average of 3.6cm of snow fell.
This is the third winter in a row that snow has been falling across Europe, following a record 4.6mm in November and 2.2mm in February.
However it is the second winter to see snowfall exceeding the record 1.7mm recorded in February that has led to fears that snow could become an issue in winter sports.
It has been reported that the snow in winter sport could become a serious issue for winter sport fans in the UK as the cold temperatures that normally occur in January and February are expected to make things difficult for fans to watch the sport.
On Thursday, the UK’s National Snow and Ice Management Authority (NSIMA) said that the UK was “very unlikely” to see an average amount of rain fall in January or February.
While the UK does have a relatively large winter sports population, the majority of winter sports are conducted outdoors and snow could easily turn to ice if the weather conditions are bad.
The agency said the UK had the largest snowfall of any winter sports nation with 1.2m tonnes of snow recorded in December.
In addition to the UK, Germany and Denmark are expected not to see much snowfall this winter.
According to the European Commission, snowfall amounts will drop to 0.7cm in Europe on Thursday.