by Pete ‘The Frog’ Taylor - Snow Forecasting since 1997
Updated: October 1st, 6:26am
SATURDAY 1ST WIND: W-W   moderate to strong

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Night
Predicted Snowfall
1-5cm
Cloudy early with some light showers falling as snow above 1600-1700m and turning to showers later in the morning. Clearing later in the day.
SUNDAY 2ND WIND: WNW-NNW   strong to strong

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Midday

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

Morning

Midday

Afternoon

Night
Predicted Snowfall
10-15cm
Showers and rain turning to snow during the morning and reaching around 1400m.Easing overnight. Winds reaching gale force about the peaks.
TUESDAY 4TH WIND: WNW-WSW   strong to strong

Morning

Midday

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Predicted Snowfall
15-30cm
Snowfalls increasing and becoming widespread to around 1200m later. Blizzard conditions at times. Winds possibly reaching gale force about the peaks.
WEDNESDAY 5TH WIND: WSW-W   strong to strong

Morning

Midday

Afternoon

Night
Predicted Snowfall
1-3cm
Light snow showers early above around 1300m and rising during the day to 1600m and easing. Winds possibly reaching gale force about the peaks.
THURSDAY 6TH WIND: WSW-WSW   strong to moderate

Morning

Midday

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Predicted Snowfall
0cm
Mostly fine and warm day with the occasional cloudy period.
FRIDAY 7TH WIND: NW-NW   moderate to strong

Morning

Midday

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Predicted Snowfall
0cm
Warm and cloudy at times with the chance of some light showers.

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