Autumn returns to Victoria with snowfalls in AlpsTuesday May 14, 2013 - 07:26 EST
Victoria's weather is living up to its changeable reputation.
After several days of unseasonably warm weather in the mid-20s last week, the tide has turned again.
Snow has fallen at Falls Creek, in the Alps for the second time this year as more normal autumn weather makes a comeback.
The snow began falling at around 8:00pm with below zero temperatures and is expected to continue through the week.
The official start to the ski season is still 25 days away.
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