Zermatt Daily Snow

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By Luke Stone, Forecaster Posted 1 month ago February 25, 2024

Significant Snow This Week


After a quick break on Sunday, the next storm will bring snow to Zermatt starting on Sunday night. This big storm will continue through Tuesday followed by a period of showers thereafter. Another strong storm is possible as early as Friday.

Short Term Forecast


We'll have a short break between storms on Sunday, with cold temperatures and some breaks of sunshine in the afternoon. Enjoy what sun does come out because it may be a while before you see it again.

Sunday Night - Wednesday

The next storm to impact Zermatt and the Alps arrives on Sunday night. This storm track will be favorable for Zermatt, likely one of the biggest storms of the season. Light snow kicks off on Sunday night with up to 5 cms expected by Monday morning.

Snow becomes a bit heavier on Monday and continues through Tuesday morning. Expect 5 - 15 cms during the day on Monday and another 5 - 15 Monday night. 

The heaviest snow of this storm will fall on Tuesday, when 15 - 30 cms should pile up during the day. The snow continues Tuesday night, adding another 8 - 20 cms by Wednesday morning.

At that time, snow will become more showery again, but an additional 5 - 10 cms are possible during the day. Snow showers will continue Wednesday night and likely into Thursday as well.

Check out the latest snow forecast from the European model below.

Extended Forecast

The models continue to show a storm approaching the Alps from the northwest on Friday. They don't agree, however, in how far into the Alps the upper-level low tracks, and thus differ on impacts as well. We'll need more time to see how this plays out, but another strong storm is possible. 

Thanks for reading the Zermatt Daily Snow!

Luke Stone
Forecaster, OpenSnow


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