by Pete ‘The Frog’ Taylor - Snow Forecasting since 1997
Updated: July 30th, 6:04am

The next month
Mostly fine with the occasional snow flurry up top with some drizzle down low over the weekend. A good fresh cover of snow with more terrain opening up for the weekend.

Looking further ahead the 1st should see a front arrive with showers and possible rain at times developing at first before the cool air arrives bringing some good snow across the 2nd,3rd and 4th of August with light snow showers easing across the 5th and 6th. We could easily see another 35-60cm (maybe more if we are lucky). Monday will be the day to watch. It could go either of two ways. We could get a heap of rain as per last Friday or much of that will fall as snow as the freeze level is going to be hover around the 1700-2000m level for much of the day. If we get half of it as snow then we should do very well from this system.

A cool change on the 8th could see snow falling up high and lowering later with snow falling on the 8th, 9th and 10th.

There could be some showers and rain across the 13th-14th that could put a dampener on things, hopefully it won't be too heavy.

Long range there could be more snow arriving around the 15th-16th and then the 21st-22nd.

Looking further ahead the 27th-28th are showing good potential for more snow.


If publishing any of the above forecast outlook please quote at the source.

First dump of the season on the way! - posted 18/06/16

El Nino takes a hike…so what will we have for Opening?- posted 25/05/16

Updated long range outlook - posted 25/05/16

Early Season Outlook- posted 29/04/16

 No Snow Light Snow Heavy Snow

Click here for the 1-7 Day ForecastClick here for the 8-14 Day Forecast