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Monday 25 June

Synoptic Outlook:

The big high in the Great Australian Bight moves onto southeast Aussie tonight, then away into the Tasman Sea during Wednesday. Overnight Wednesday and early Thursday, a weak trough crosses the Aussie Alps from the north with snow falling on upper slopes, but rain lower down. A ridge builds again later on Thursday.


Image Of The Day:

The big high in the Great Australian Bight moves onto southeast Aussie tonight, with a couple of clear crisp days up the hill. The trough lying north to south over Queensland will extend southwards over the Aussie Alps overnight Wednesday and early Thursday. Source:: Metservice (vandilised by the Grasshopper)


Monday 25 June:

A crisp bluebird day with a W-SW breeze dying away.


Tuesday 26 June:

Another stunning day, just some high cloud building from afternoon. A light northerly breeze developing.


Wednesday 27 June:

Cloud increasing throughout the day. Snow developing on upper slopes overnight, with rain or drizzle at base levels. Northerly winds in Victoria, but light elsewhere.


Thursday 28 June:

Snow/rain should gradually clear during the morning, but cloud and patchy drizzle may linger with poor visibility possible. Northerly winds, should drop away during the afternoon.


Extended Outlook:

A weak front should cross the Aussie Alps from the west late Friday and early Saturday, followed by cold SW winds and a dusting of snow. A ridge or high then builds, but the cold air will linger until early next week, giving the snow machines even more chance to pump out the good stuff.


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