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frost then sunny
frost then sunny
Mt Buller
frost then sunny
Mt Hotham
frost then sunny
frost then sunny
Shading indicates areas above forecast snow level
No snowfall likely
Snow forecast down to: -
Chance of precip.: 0 Visibility: Excellent
Likely snow: Nil Wind: SE to 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 22
Snow showers. Wind easing 100% 5-10cm 1100 Fresh SW Poor snow forecast chart
Oct 23
Light snow showers clearing 50% <2cm 1000 Fresh S Improving snow forecast chart
Oct 24
Mostly sunny 0% Nil SE to NW Excellent snow forecast chart
Oct 25
Cloud increasing later 20% Nil Fresh N/NW Excellent snow forecast chart
Oct 26
Rain tending to snow later 50% Nil 1700 Fresh N/NW Fair snow forecast chart
Oct 27
Snow showers 80% 2-5cm 1500 Fresh SW Fair snow forecast chart
Oct 28
Light snow showers clearing 50% Nil 1200 Fresh SW/W Improving snow forecast chart
Oct 29
Mostly sunny 10% Nil Fresh NE/NW Excellent snow forecast chart
Oct 30
Mostly cloudy. Showers later 90% Nil Fresh N/NW Good snow forecast chart
Oct 31
Light snow showers 90% <2cm 1600 Fresh W Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 01
Light snow showers 60% <2cm 1500 Fresh W Fair snow forecast chart
Nov 02
Possible lLight snow showers 40% <2cm 1700 Fresh NW Fair snow forecast chart
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Weather News

Wild storms lashed central NSW

14:54 EDT

Destructive winds unleashed significant damage in Parkes on Friday evening, possibly due to a tornado.

Third time's a charm at Auckland's Eden Park

12:16 EDT

Conditions will be good for players and spectators alike for the third Bledisloe Cup match at Auckland's Eden Park tonight.

Melbourne weather: 'Bleak' weekend forecast with warmth unlikely until November, BOM says

11:48 EDT

Victorians have been advised to rug up and stay indoors as a cold front moves across the state this weekend, with the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) warning there is no real warmth expected until November.