Updated: October 3rd, 5:28amWe finally reach the last weekend of Season 2015 with only Perisher, Thredbo and Falls Creek remaining open. This weekend should be fine and very warm with temps well above average for this time of year. Make sure you lather plenty of sunscreen on if you are in the mountains. The only problem will be the wind will pick up today and should reach gale force overnight with gusty winds likely tomorrow and then they pick up again on Monday. There are some good deals for anyone keen for one last slide and maybe also watch the AFL and NRL grand finals, or maybe you just want to get away from those.
Next week should be mostly fine with some light showers likely on Wednesday. It should then fine up again and we should see good weather through to the 16th when a cold front arrive that could possibly bring some snow.
This is the last forecast for 2015, a season that started as one of the worst ever with very little snow at all til July 12th. Things picked up after that with consistent snowfalls and cold temps allowing the snowmakers to make up for lost time. We finally had some decent consistent snow later in August and into September which prolonged the season. Hopefully next year we will see a better start to the season. Snowatch will now follow the Northern Hemisphere seasons so be sure to follow the snowcam pages for Japan, Canada, USA and Europe.
Til next April. Have a great off season everyone and thanks for your support.
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Updated: October 1st, 7:34am
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Thredbo 0 | Perisher 11.7° | Falls 14.0° | Hotham N/A