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It's one of the largest snowfalls in recent years - at altitude at least. And with many resorts closed people have been out taking photos. UPDATED

Here are the latest from the resorts today:

Calm after the storm in Les ArcsCalm after the storm in Les Arcs

ChamonixOn the hills of Chamonix

Val d'IsereVal d'Isere pano

Webcams don't lie! It's cleared up in ZermattWebcams don't lie! It's cleared up in Zermatt

And, in no particular order, are some more of the best we have seen or been sent.

It is customary to take pictures of cars after heavy snow.

It is after all a great way to see how much has fallen.

But at the moment it is hard to even see if there are cars under the mounds of snow in some resorts.

Courchevel, FranceCourchevel, France

Courchevel, FranceCourchevel, France

Ah, there's one!

Courchevel, FranceCourchevel, France

Val d'Isere, FranceVal d'Isere, France

Val Thorens, FranceVal Thorens, France

Les Arcs, FranceLes Arcs, France

"The weather here in Tignes has been crazy!! There's been snow, rain & high winds. The mountain was shut down today, which hardly ever happens... but it's still absolutely stunning," said one of our reporters in Tignes, Squash Falconer.
Tignes, FranceTignes, France

Here at PlanetSKI we will be updating this photogallery so do check back.

And if you are out in the Alps then keep sending them in and keep safe.

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