by Pete ‘The Frog’ Taylor - Snow Forecasting since 1997
Updated: September 22nd, 4:47am

Today should be mostly fine in the mountains with the occasional cloudy period. Winds will be moderate and increasing later in the day and night.

The weekend is not looking as great with some showers likely later on Saturday and through most of Sunday morning. There could be a little snow about the peaks during Sunday morning, but not enough to make a real difference. Winds will be strong about the peaks over both days.

Temps should drop on Monday as a weak change arrives with the possibility of a little snow falling above 1700m at times.

Another slightly stronger cold front should arrive on Tuesday and light snow falling down to around 1400-1500m at times. We could see 1-3cm in the resorts which would be a nice top up.

Thursday 28th looks like being wet with some rain damage to the cover likely.

The next chance of snow looks like being the 2nd of October with a couple of cms possible. That should pretty much do us in regards to snow for the season.

Pete

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