JANE'S SNOW FORecast discussion

FOR THE MAINLAND AUSTRALIAN ALPS

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Updated: Thursday morning.

The final cold front in this series has passed through.

THURSDAY: A mix of sun and cloud. Snow showers, clearing during the day.

0 to 1 cm of snow, above 1300m.

High pressure takes over for the end of the week and start of the weekend, with light winds. The next front arrives on Saturday night.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY: Lovely sunshine.

SATURDAY NIGHT and SUNDAY: Rain quickly turning to snow in VIC on Saturday night, spreading to NSW near midnight. Snow showers follow, easing during Sunday, with a mix of sun and cloud.

around 5cm of snow, above 1800m, quickly lowering to 1200m.

High pressure sits over the Bight, extending a ridge over the southeast early next week.

MONDAY and TUESDAY: Dry, a mix of sun and cloud.

The next cold front is likely to arrive on Wednesday. This one comes up from the south and should have a surge of cold air with it. Weather models are slowly coming together on how strong it will be (either a good, direct hit, or the high interferes).

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY: Snow redeveloping on Wednesday. Snow showers follow on Thursday, slowly clearing.

5 to 15 cm of snow, above 1300m, lowering to 900m.

(sent during the snow season)

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Snow forecasts are produced from data from the EC model (ECMWF). Updated twice daily, around 6am and 6pm. This is straight model data, use as a guide only.

Forecasts are for mid-mountain - see the resort's page for other elevations.