Mt Buller Snow Cams

Mt Buller today

Thursday, August 22, 2019 6:30am - Preparation is key for Day 4 of Interschools, so make sure you have all the right gear with you before you leave this morning. Good luck, and remember to have fun! Lots of races on Burnt Hut, Chamois, Little Buller Spur (LBS), and Skyline today. Bourke Street Express, Mercedes-Benz, Bonza, Skyline, Wombat and Northside chairlifts will all open at 7am, and Tirol High Load at 7:15am.

Snow condition Firm Packed
Snow cover Fresh over firm base
Surface Extensive
Last snow 1cm

Mt Buller Road Report

Open & Clear

Lift Report

Boggy Creek
Bourke Street Carpet
Bourke Street Express
Bull Run
Canyon Tows
Cattleman's Carpets
Gliders Carpet
Happy Feet Carpet
Lydia Lassila Chairlift
Northside Express
The Fox
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Mt Buller Now

Temperature now -2.0°C
Feels like -10.4°C
Rain since 9am 0.0mm
Wind S 31km/h
Gust 39km/h
Dew point -2.1°C
Humidity 99%

Weather Today

-5.0°C 2.0°C Windy

North East for Thursday Partly cloudy. Slight chance of a shower early this morning. Snow possible above 1100 metres. Winds SW 25 to 40 km/h tending S/SW 20 to 30 km/h in the early afternoon then becoming light in the late evening. Daytime maximum temperatures between 7 and 14.

Chance 30%
Amount < 1mm
9am SW 30km/h
3pm SW 22km/h
Rise 06:50 EST
Set 17:45 EST

Weather Forecast

Likely snow Alpine Region Min Max
Thursday 2-5cm -5.0°C 2.0°C
Friday Nil -4.0°C 5.0°C
Saturday <2cm -4.0°C 5.0°C
Sunday 2-5cm -1.0°C 2.0°C
Monday <2cm -3.0°C 3.0°C
Tuesday Nil -4.0°C 5.0°C
Wednesday <2cm -3.0°C 4.0°C
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Weather News

The Hawks and the Giants played AFL in the snow, but was it the first time ever?

11:07 EST

The locals came prepared; the visitors did not.

Waves building after windy night in southeastern Australia

09:36 EST

Surf is building along the NSW coast this morning after wild winds lashed parts of southeastern Australia overnight.

Wild winds and waves to batter southeastern Australia

15:40 EST

Damaging winds, blizzards and wild surf will continue to pummel parts of southeastern Australia during the next 24-48 hours.