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Snowy Mountains Forecast

  • Wednesday Mostly sunny. Areas of fog early this morning. Slight (30%) chance of a shower during this afternoon and evening. The chance of a thunderstorm during this afternoon and evening. Light winds becoming W/NW 15 to 20 km/h in the morning then becoming light in the early afternoon.

  • Thursday Partly cloudy. High (70%) chance of showers in the afternoon and early evening. The chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon and early evening, mainly in the east. Light winds.

  • Friday Partly cloudy. High (70%) chance of showers, most likely in the afternoon and evening. The chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening. Light winds.

  • Saturday Sunny day. Slight (20%) chance of a shower in the evening. Light winds becoming NW 15 to 20 km/h during the morning then becoming light during the day.

Issued Wed 05:15 EDT

Snowy Mountains Weather Forecasts

Station
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Late shower
10 29 60% 1-5mm Nil NW 8 93 SSE 11 43
Sunny
12 23 20% < 1mm Nil NW 14 71 WNW 20 42
Sunny
9 19 40% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Late shower
12 30 40% < 1mm Nil NW 14 66 WSW 17 25
Sunny
9 19 40% < 1mm Nil - - - -
Possible thunderstorm
9 19 40% < 1mm Nil NNW 21 65 WNW 21 51
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