When you spot the Alps, the winter months can be like a dream, but this time of year is very different.
Snowfall in the Alps is a rarity in summer.
Even in spring, it can be quite heavy.
But in the winter, it usually stays at a low level, usually around 1cm.
It can be a great time to be outdoors as you can enjoy the snowfall or ski in the snow.
While there is nothing wrong with snow, many locals are afraid of it in the mountains.
People fear frostbite because it can cause frostbite.
The mountain dewy frostbite is a common problem in the northern Alps, according to the Alpine Rescue Authority.
In the summer, it is normal to see a high amount of snowfall.
This can be dangerous for the climbers who might lose their grip on the snowpack and get hit by rocks or snowdrifts.
In winter, however, the mountain dewd frostbite rarely happens, and in the summer it is usually just a few centimeters in diameter.
“In winter it is quite normal to have snow in the mountain,” a local guide told the Associated Press.
“In summer, in the southern part of the Alps you can get frostbite and if you have frostbite it is almost impossible to get out.”
The Alpine Rescue Agency has been helping people in the north and south of the Alpine regions in the past year to get the word out about frostbite as it has become an increasingly common winter phenomenon.
The Alpine rescue authority has sent more than 100 people to hospitals to be tested for frostbite over the past few years.
“We always get lots of cases in winter and we have received many reports,” the Alpine rescue authorities’ director of operations and support, Peter Riche, told the AP.
“We always see people suffering frostbite at the ski areas, and they usually suffer from it in summer because it is more frequent.”
He said that the most common reason for the cold weather is because of lack of snow.
“Frostbite is very common in the Alpine region because of the snow,” Riche said.
“It’s the reason for so much snow.”
He also said that people should wear protective gear such as winter jackets, gloves and a scarf.
In the northern regions, winter snowfall can be up to 3cm in diameter, and can be heavy.
At least 10 people died in the region last year due to frostbite in the spring, according the Alpine Safety Centre.
In some parts of the mountain, people can experience frostbite even when the temperature is normal.
In northern Alps the temperatures can drop to -40 degrees Celsius in the middle of the day, which is quite chilly.
People in the regions often say that the cold is the only reason they don’t go out at the mountains, according Riche.
“People usually say, ‘I have no idea what the weather is like’,” he said.