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Mt Buller today

For those skiing and snowboarding today you're going to find good to very good conditions in open areas on a softening base. There's plenty of fresh grooming across the resort to be tackled and the two Frank Mt Buller Parks are packed with features for you to try. 

And don’t forget to check out Ski Patrol's Pick of the Day - Wombat.

Snow condition Soft
Snow cover Fresh over firm base
Surface Extensive
Last snow 0cm

Mt Buller Road Report

Open & Clear

Lift Report

Lifts
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
Skyline
South Side
Summit
The Fox
Tirol
Wombat
Open
Stand by
Closed

Mt Buller Now

Temperature now 1.8°C
Feels like -1.4°C
Rain since 9am 0.0mm
Wind N 11km/h
Gust 19km/h
Dew point 1.7°C
Humidity 99%

Weather Today

1.0°C 3.0°C Possible shower

North East for Thursday Cloudy. Patchy fog early this morning. Medium (60%) chance of showers, most likely during the morning and afternoon although a high chance on the ranges. Snow possible above 1800 metres. Light winds. Daytime maximum temperatures between 10 and 16.

Chance 90%
Amount 1-5mm
9am NNW 23km/h
3pm NNW 21km/h
Rise 06:35 EST
Set 17:54 EST

Weather Forecast

Likely snow Min Max
Thursday <2cm 1.0°C 3.0°C
Friday Nil -1.0°C 5.0°C
Saturday <2cm 0.0°C 3.0°C
Sunday <2cm -2.0°C 3.0°C
Monday Nil -2.0°C 6.0°C
Tuesday Nil 1.0°C 6.0°C
Wednesday Nil 1.0°C 9.0°C
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