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Southwest Slopes Forecast

  • Wednesday Partly cloudy. Areas of fog and patchy frost this morning. Slight (20%) chance of a shower near the Victorian border, near zero chance elsewhere. Light winds. Daytime maximum temperatures between 9 and 12.

  • Thursday Cloudy. Areas of frost and patchy fog in the morning. High (70%) chance of rain, most likely in the afternoon and evening. Snow falling above 1000 metres. Light winds becoming N 15 to 20 km/h early in the morning then tending NW 20 to 30 km/h in the morning.

  • Friday Cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning. Snow possible above 1000 metres. Winds W/SW 15 to 25 km/h becoming light during the evening.

  • Saturday Cloudy. Slight (30%) chance of a shower. Light winds becoming SW 15 to 20 km/h during the day then becoming light during the afternoon.

Issued Wed 05:15 EST

Southwest Slopes Weather Forecasts

Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Possible shower
4 12 60% < 1mm Slight - - - -
Possible shower
5 12 60% 1-5mm Slight - - - -
-2 2 40% < 1mm Severe WNW 16 95 WNW 13 91
Possible shower
2 10 60% 1-5mm Moderate - - - -
Possible shower
4 12 40% < 1mm Slight NNW 6 96 WNW 10 73
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