Thredbo Village Sky Observations

Monday January 21, 2019
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Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
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Mon 09:00 EDT
20000 clear Sky unchanged Mostly clear OBS PHONED regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Sun 15:00 EDT
50000 4/8 Cu -- Ci Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Sun 09:00 EDT
20000 3/8 -- -- Cs Sky unchanged Mostly clear OBS PHONED regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Sat 15:00 EDT
50000 clear Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Sat 09:00 EDT
50000 clear Sky unchanged Thunderstorm
Cloudy at times
Phoned. regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Fri 15:00 EDT
20000 8/8 Sc -- -- Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy  
Fri 09:00 EDT
10000 7/8 Sc Slight shower Cloudy at times regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Thu 15:00 EDT
50000 7/8 -- Ac Sky unchanged Mostly cloudy regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Thu 09:00 EDT
50000 3/8 -- Ac Cs Cloud developing Mostly clear regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Wed 15:00 EDT
50000 4/8 Cu -- -- Sky unchanged Mostly clear  
Wed 09:00 EDT
50000 clear Sky unchanged Cloudy at times ORIG-undefined; regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.
Tue 15:00 EDT
50000 5/8 -- -- Ci Sky unchanged Cloudy at times  
Tue 09:00 EDT
50000 clear Cloud dissolving Cloudy at times ORIG-undefined; regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.
Mon 15:00 EDT
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Station Details

THREDBO VILLAGE
Snowy Mountains, New South Wales/ACT
36.5031°S 148.3038°E 1380m AMSL
Commenced 1969
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Weather News

Hay, fodder convoy heads east with thousands of donated bales to help drought-stricken farmers

10:54 EDT

Almost 50 trucks packed with more than 3,000 bales of donated hay and fodder will make their way across the Nullarbor from Western Australia this week, bound for drought-stricken farmers in New South Wales.

Rare waterbirds, Little Bitterns, head south in search of drought refuge

08:02 EDT

Rare waterbirds appear to be increasingly moving into South Australia to escape dry conditions in northern areas of the country, according to wildlife experts.

Better late than never for the monsoon

15:28 EDT

After the driest start to wet season in 27 years for Darwin, the monsoon trough looks to arrive in the next few days.