The latest on the snow and weather in southeast Australia

Snow Forecast

Season at an end, but we have one last burst of snow late Tuesday into Wednesday.

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A trough will cross the southeast of the country on Sunday into Monday, while the associated cold front slides southwards. This system peaked over Western Australia, so the cold air does not reach the alps and neither does the precipitation.

The trailing high will stay centred just enough back to our west, so a cold front can move through on Tuesday into Wednesday. This one peaks here and should deliver around 5 cm snow on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, falling down to around 1300 metres for a time. The following surge (trough) gets pushed southwards and the high moves in on Friday.



Likely Snow



Dry and sunny.

Strong N/NW winds.

1800m - 0cm

1500m - 0cm

1200m - 0cm


Chance morning shower then sunny

The chance of a morning shower, then sunny. 

W/NW winds.

1800m - 0cm

1500m - 0cm

1200m - 0cm


Rain then snow

Rain developing in the afternoon, turning to snow at night.

Strong NW winds, turning W/SW at night.

1800m - 2-3cm

1500m - 0cm

1200m - 0cm


Snow showers

Snow showers, clearing later.

SW winds.

1800m - 1-2cm

1500m - 1-2cm

1200m - 0cm


Partly cloudy

Dry with a mix of sun and cloud.

SW winds.

1800m - 0cm

1500m - 0cm

1200m - 0cm



High pressure moves eastwards, letting it warm up again. There may be a trough over the weekend.


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