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Snow & Ski Weather

mostly sunny
Mt Buller
215
mostly sunny
Mt Hotham
114
frost then sunny
Perisher
115
frost then sunny
Thredbo
112
Shading indicates areas above forecast snow level
No snowfall likely
Snow forecast down to: -
Chance of precip.: 10 Visibility: Excellent
Likely snow: Nil Wind: SE to NE

Snow Resort Cams - Weather now

Alpine forecast

Snow forecasts have ceased for the 2018 snow season. Forecasts will not be quality controlled until June 2019, just prior to the next snow season.

  Weather Prob. of precip Likely snow Snow level Wind Visibility  
Sun
Nov 18
Sunny 10% Nil SE to NE Excellent snow forecast chart
Mon
Nov 19
Sunny 10% Nil Fresh NE/NW Excellent snow forecast chart
Tue
Nov 20
Cloudier/windier. Rain later 80% Nil Strong N Deteriorating snow forecast chart
Wed
Nov 21
Heavy showers. Breezy 95% Nil Fresh N/NW Poor snow forecast chart
Thu
Nov 22
Rain at times and snow. Windy 90% 5-10cm 1400 Strong NW Poor snow forecast chart
Fri
Nov 23
Rain and snow clearing. Windy 80% <2cm 1200 Strong NW Fair snow forecast chart
Sat
Nov 24
Wind easing. Late shower 80% Nil Fresh W Fair snow forecast chart
Sun
Nov 25
Rain 90% Nil Fresh SE to NW Fair snow forecast chart
Mon
Nov 26
Showers 80% Nil Fresh SE to W Fair snow forecast chart
Tue
Nov 27
Showers 70% Nil Fresh NE to SW Fair snow forecast chart
Wed
Nov 28
Showers 60% Nil Fresh SE to NW Poor snow forecast chart
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00:38 EDT

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16:16 EDT

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14:28 EDT

Severe thunderstorms are expected to spark up over Southeastern Queensland and Northeastern New South Wales this weekend, just in time for schoolies.