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frost then sunny
Mt Buller
frost then sunny
Mt Hotham
frost then sunny
frost then sunny
Shading indicates areas above forecast snow level
Wednesday's snow level is 1400m
Snow forecast down to: 1400m
Chance of precip.: 80 Visibility: Improving
Likely snow: <2cm Wind: Fresh NW

Snow Resort Cams - Weather now

Alpine forecast

The Australian resort snow season is officially over. Weatherzone snow forecast commentary will recommence just prior to the 2017 snow season. The displayed forecast is not quality controlled and should be used as a guide only.

  Weather Prob. of precip Likely snow Snow level Wind Visibility  
Oct 29
Mostly sunny 20% Nil Fresh E/N Excellent snow forecast chart
Oct 30
Windier. Rain increasing 90% Nil Strong N Deteriorating snow forecast chart
Oct 31
Snow showers. Wind easing 90% 2-5cm 1300 Fresh W Poor snow forecast chart
Nov 01
Mix of light showers/snow/sleet 70% <2cm 1200 Fresh NW Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 02
Light snow tending to showers 80% <2cm 1400 Fresh NW Improving snow forecast chart
Nov 03
Mostly sunny 10% Nil Fresh N/NW Excellent snow forecast chart
Nov 04
Cloudier. Showers, mostly later 80% <2cm 1900 Fresh N/NW Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 05
Light showers and snow 80% <2cm 1600 Fresh W Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 06
Mostly sunny 20% Nil Fresh W Good snow forecast chart
Nov 07
Partly cloudy. Showers, mostly later 70% <2cm 1800 Fresh SW Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 08
Showers. Snow on peaks 80% <2cm 1700 Fresh N/NW Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 09
Possible shower 50% Nil Fresh N/NW Good snow forecast chart
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Weather News

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14:02 EDT

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Flooding lingers in NSW

12:00 EDT

Parts of western and southern New South Wales are still underwater, despite rain easing across most of the state in recent weeks.