Fingers crossed... I should be skiing Val d'Isere around Christmas...
The weather gurus at SkiPass foresee an oceanic western flow starting 12/5 (=snow over 1500m). It shoudn't be deep, but there will be snow.
Recently with global warming it hasn't been safe to book to ski in Europe till mid January at least. But even given that, this is an unusually bad year.
Current levels at Val d'Isere:
Lower slopes:12 cm (not counting any man-made snow they may have managed)
Upper slopes:35 cm
but a heavy fall is forecast for the next 24hours.
Tignes cams have not been updated since 12/8. It has snowed saturday.
Val's are more up to date.
I agree that's nothing close to what the swiss got (or even the french southern alps), but it not a disaster anymore. The Tignes - Val d'Isère connection is now open.
Of course, some mild weather next week could ruin all this...