It was a great albeit crowded weekend in the mountains with clear skies and a decent snow cover.
Today should be mostly fine with some cloudy periods and the slight chance of some light snow flurries. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy during the day with cloud increasing in the afternoon with snow showers developing in the Victorian resorts before the front moves up to the NSW resorts. Winds will be strong and snow should reach down to around 1200m. It's a fast moving system and it will more than likely pass overnight leaving Wednesday partly cloudy although the winds will remain strong.
Another front will arrive on Thursday afternoon with snow falling overnight and into Friday. Snow totals for the week are not as big as previously forecast due to the increasing strength of the surrounding high pressure systems. We will still see a nice top up of around 15-30cm with Victorian resorts likely to do a little better than NSW. We should then see a mostly fine and sunny weekend of the 21st-22nd with winds increasing on the Sunday.
A weak change on the 23rd looks like bringing some showers to the lower slopes and some snow up high.
Long range the next snow looks to be around the 1st-2nd of August.
If publishing any of the above forecast outlook please quote Snowatch.com.au at the source.
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