by Pete ‘The Frog’ Taylor - Snow Forecasting since 1997
Updated: September 30th, 5:46am
FRIDAY 30TH WIND: N-W   strong to strong

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Predicted Snowfall
10-20cm
Light snowfalls continuing throughout the day above around 1300-1400m and easing later.
SATURDAY 1ST WIND: W-W   strong to strong

Morning

Midday

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Predicted Snowfall
1-3cm
Cloudy early with some light showers falling as snow above 1600-1700m. Clearing later in the day.
SUNDAY 2ND WIND: W-NNW   strong to strong

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Predicted Snowfall
0cm
Fine and very warm sunny day with cloud increasing overnight and showers developing. Winds possibly reaching gale force about the peaks at times.
MONDAY 3RD WIND: NW-WNW   strong to strong

Morning

Midday

Afternoon

Night
Predicted Snowfall
10-15cm
Showers and rain early ahead of a cool change that should see snow falling down to around 1300-1400m at times and rising overnight. Winds reaching gale force about the peaks.
TUESDAY 4TH WIND: WNW-W   strong to strong

Morning

Midday

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Predicted Snowfall
5-10cm
Showers developing early falling as snow about the peaks and lowering during the day to around 1400m. Clearing later. Winds possibly reaching gale force about the peaks.
WEDNESDAY 5TH WIND: W-W   strong to strong

Morning

Midday

Afternoon

Night
Predicted Snowfall
3-6cm
Cloudy early with some light snow showers above 1500m. Clearing later.
THURSDAY 6TH WIND: WSW-WSW   moderate to light

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Predicted Snowfall
0cm
Mostly fine and warm sunny day.

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