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Nearly-record snowfall in the western Alps in December 2020
Winter 2020 started with more than 2 m snow in the Alps and an extreme amount of rain.
Snow-covered Alps in Spring
April is the best month to look at snow-covered Alps, because of a big contrast between the snow-free valleys with fresh vegetation and the snow-covered mountains.
First snow on the Alps
A significant outbreak of polar air brought the first heavy snow pack of the autumn to the central Alps.
Widespread snowfall in the lowlands south of the Alps
Copious precipitation falling into very dry air of north foehn origin, caused unusually widespread snowfall in the lowlands south of the Alps.
VIIRS double view of snowy Alps
On 29 November 2016 the VIIRS instrument on Suomi-NPP covered the Alps in two consecutive day orbits. This does not happen very often.
The snow-covered Alps as seen by Metop-A AVHRR after the heavy snowfalls of the past days (magenta colour).
August snowfall in the Alps
Fresh summer snow appeared over high Alpine areas after the end of a warm spell over much of Europe.
Hot and dry in the Alps
After a break of a few days and snowfall in late August, heatwave conditions returned to the Alps in mid-September.
Snow over the Alps and Central Europe
One of the first phenomena monitored by MSG was the cold and snowy February 2003.
Snow over the Alps and fog in Eastern Europe
Snow over the Alps and Central Europe and fog over Eastern Europe.