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Mt Selwyn today

We've had a fresh 6cm of snow over night. Temperatures dropped to -5.2 overnight so you can bet the cover will be nice light and dry. On top of that the snow guns have been running for over 12 hours, blasting out some massive man made whales. The groomers have managed to smooth out the man made magic across the runs and Wombat is their pick this morning. There are 6 lifts on offer and heaps of groomed runs.The toboggan slope is also open if skiing and boarding isn't for you.

Snow condition -
Snow cover -
Surface -
Last snow 6cm

Mt Selwyn Road Report

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Lift Report

Boomerang Platter
Gentle Annie Carpet
Home Run Poma
New Chum Chair
Powerline Poma
Racecourse T-Bar
Ski School Rope Tow
Snowflake Snow Tube Lift
Township Triple Chair
Wombat T-Bar
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Mt Selwyn Now

Temperature now -0.9°C
Feels like -3.5°C
Rain since 9am 0.2mm
Wind WSW 7km/h
Gust 9km/h
Dew point -1.0°C
Humidity 99%

Weather Today

-4.0°C 4.0°C Fog then sunny

Snowy Mountains for Friday Clear. Light winds.
Saturday Fog and areas of severe frost in the morning. Mostly sunny afternoon. Light winds becoming W/NW 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day.

Chance 20%
Amount < 1mm
9am WNW 12km/h
3pm WNW 18km/h
Rise 06:34 EST
Set 17:43 EST

Weather Forecast

Likely snow Min Max
Saturday Nil -4.0°C 4.0°C
Sunday Nil -2.0°C 5.0°C
Monday Nil -3.0°C 9.0°C
Tuesday Nil 1.0°C 9.0°C
Wednesday Nil 6.0°C 7.0°C
Thursday Nil 4.0°C 9.0°C
Friday <2cm 5.0°C 6.0°C
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