The snow cover in Switzerland is locally up to four times thicker than normal for this time of the year. It concerns the ski areas north and west of the northern alpine ridge. South of that ridge the snowpack is thinner than normal.
Especially the ski areas in the Northern Alps West that got a lot of freshies last week have a thick snow cover. It's no surprise that you'll find the most resorts that will open their lifts this weekend are situated in that region.
The snow cover north of the northern alpine ridge is between 50-120 centimeter at 2000 meter altitude. And remember that it's only the end of November.
It's a great start for the northwest of the Alps. The other regions in Austria are up next! The French southern Alps and the Italian Alps will have to wait for a good dump!