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Monday, 26th of June At Charlotte Pass Snow Resort we're ready to kick off the working week in the winter wonderland here, with plenty on offer for all tastes. A wild and woolly one overnight, with winds reaching 80 kilometres per hour and bringing the wind chill down to minus 15 degrees. These chilly temps are perfect for maintaining the base we've got down, giving our snowmakers a well earned break before they can get straight back out there and get back into the groove.

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Charlotte Pass Now

Temperature now -1.4°C
Feels like -6.9°C
Rain since 9am 0.0mm
Wind WNW 18km/h
Gust 24km/h
Dew point -2.7°C
Humidity 91%

Weather Today

-3.0°C -1.0°C Mostly cloudy

Snowy Mountains for Monday Partly cloudy. Areas of frost and the chance of fog this morning. Slight (30%) chance of a snow shower about the alpine peaks above 1300 metres early this morning. Near zero chance of rain elsewhere. Winds NW/SW 20 to 30 km/h tending SE/SW 15 to 20 km/h in the early afternoon then becoming light in the evening. Sun protection not recommended, UV Index predicted to reach 2 [Low].

Chance 10%
Amount < 1mm
9am WNW 21km/h
3pm W 16km/h
Rise 07:19 EST
Set 17:00 EST

Weather Forecast

Likely snow Min Max
Monday <2cm -3.0°C -1.0°C
Tuesday Nil -5.0°C 1.0°C
Wednesday <2cm -3.0°C 1.0°C
Thursday 2-5cm -4.0°C -1.0°C
Friday <2cm -5.0°C -2.0°C
Saturday Nil -6.0°C 1.0°C
Sunday <2cm -5.0°C 2.0°C
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