Thredbo Village Sky Observations

Thursday July 18, 2019
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Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
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Wed 15:00 EST
5000 8/8 Intermittent slight drizzle Drizzle regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Wed 09:00 EST
20000 3/8 Sky unchanged Drizzle regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Tue 15:00 EST
50000 6/8 Cloud developing - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Tue 09:00 EST
50000 - Sky unchanged - rf=dew regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Mon 15:00 EST
50000 1/8 Cloud dissolving Snow or sleet
Cloudy at times
OBS PHONED regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Mon 09:00 EST
- 7/8 Continuous slight snow Snow or sleet OBS PHONED OBS OVER 48 HR regional observer; VER:0
Sun 15:00 EST
2000 8/8 Continuous slight snow - OBS PHONED regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Sat 15:00 EST
1000 7/8 Intermittent slight snow Snow or sleet regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Sat 09:00 EST
1500 8/8 Intermittent slight snow Rain regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Fri 15:00 EST
2000 8/8 Moderate/heavy drizzle/rain Rain regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Fri 09:00 EST
3000 8/8 Moderate/heavy drizzle/rain Rain regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19
Thu 15:00 EST
2500 8/8 Continuous slight snow Snow or sleet 5 cm of new snow regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3
Thu 09:00 EST
2000 8/8 Continuous slight snow Snow or sleet 15cm of snow regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.19

Station Details

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