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Mt Buller today

For those of you up on the hill skiing or boarding today you're going to find fresh conditions on the open runs. Our grooming team did a fantastic job last night making our runs look amazing and with 20 lifts running you'll have plenty of opportunities to check out their hard work. Don't forget to check out Ski Patrol's pick of the day - Family Run.

Snow condition Fresh
Snow cover Fresh over firm base
Surface For those of you up
Last snow 3cm

Mt Buller Road Report

Open - snow on the road

Lift Report

Lifts
ABOM Express
Blue Bullet Express
Boggy Creek
Bonza
Bourke Street Carpet
Bull Run
Canyon Tows
Cattleman's Carpets
Federation
Gliders Carpet
Grimus
Happy Feet Carpet
Howqua
Koflers
Lydia Lassila Chairlift
Northside Express
Shakey Knees
Skyline
South Side
Summit
Tirol
Wombat
Open
Stand by
Closed

Mt Buller Now

Temperature now 1.5°C
Feels like 1.5°C
Rain since 9am -
Wind
Gust -
Dew point 1.2°C
Humidity 98%

Weather Today

-3.0°C 1.0°C Clearing shower

North East for Wednesday Areas of morning frost. Isolated showers in the south this morning, falling as snow above 1200 metres. Mostly sunny afternoon. Winds SE/SW 25 to 40 km/h. Daytime maximum temperatures between 9 and 16.

Chance 60%
Amount < 1mm
9am S 9km/h
3pm S 11km/h
Rise 06:34 EST
Set 17:55 EST

Weather Forecast

Likely snow Min Max
Wednesday <2cm -3.0°C 1.0°C
Thursday <2cm -3.0°C 4.0°C
Friday <2cm -3.0°C 6.0°C
Saturday nil -2.0°C 7.0°C
Sunday nil -1.0°C 8.0°C
Monday nil -1.0°C 7.0°C
Tuesday nil 3.0°C 7.0°C
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