Snowy Mountains Weather

Current Warnings
 

Snowy Mountains Forecast

  • Monday Partly cloudy. Patchy morning frost or fog. High chance of showers and the chance of a thunderstorm, mainly about the alpine peaks, and becoming less likely in the late afternoon or evening. Snow falling above 1000 metres, and small hail is possible with thunderstorms. Winds W/NW 20 to 30 km/h tending W/SW 25 to 35 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late evening.

  • Tuesday Mostly sunny. Areas of morning frost in the north. Winds W/SW 15 to 20 km/h tending W/NW early in the morning then tending W/SW 15 to 25 km/h in the middle of the day.

  • Wednesday Partly cloudy. Areas of morning frost. Light winds.

  • Thursday Partly cloudy. Light winds.

Issued Sun 19:15 EST

Snowy Mountains Weather Forecasts

Station
Forecast Min Max Chance of rain Rain amount Frost risk 9am 3pm
Wind RH Wind RH
°C °C km/h % km/h %
Mostly cloudy
3 17 30% < 1mm Moderate W 11 78 SW 18 51
Mostly sunny
4 12 40% < 1mm Slight WNW 16 72 W 22 66
Windy
1 6 20% < 1mm High WNW 32 78 WNW 32 80
Mostly sunny
2 22 20% < 1mm Moderate W 18 58 W 24 35
Fog then sunny
4 15 20% < 1mm Slight W 8 86 WSW 16 55
Mostly cloudy
6 14 30% < 1mm Nil W 7 79 SW 9 57
Frost then sunny
0 10 20% < 1mm High WNW 13 62 WNW 17 60
Windy
0 7 20% < 1mm High NW 32 78 WNW 32 80
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Weather News

Late September snow for the Alps

13:58 EST

As thoughts turn to warmer weather and what lies ahead for Australia's summer, there may be some already missing the colder days of winter and the snow season.

Rain and thunderstorms heading to northwest and central Australia

12:21 EST

An upper level trough drawing moisture from the tropical Indian Ocean may deliver some welcome rain to the Western Australia's Northern and Southern Interior and Northern Territory's Lasseter districts.

Pandanus trees suffering pest attacks see up to 80 per cent lost along Queensland coast

08:36 EST

Pandanus trees along the coast of Agnes Water, south of Gladstone, were once admired by Captain Cook and botanist Sir Joseph Banks when they came to shore in 1770.