Forecast Updated: 5:26am 05/10/2013
The last three days of the official season 2013 should be mostly fine with the chance of some light drizzle at times on Sunday. The fresh snow on Wednesday night has topped the cover up nicely for those thinking of heading to Perisher for one last slide before racking up the skis and boards for another 8-9 months.
Light snow is possible up high around the 10th-11th of October, and that will more than likely see us out for snow in 2013.
Those thinking of backcountry trips post on the facebook page for direct for outlooks on certain dates/times etc and I will answer as soon as I can.
Snowatcher.com which is our international eye on snow conditions will start to pick up soon with snow already starting to fall in the USA and Canada and I'm sure Europe and Japan won't be far behind. These pages will be streamlined over the coming month so be sure to drop in and check it out as we get closer to the start of the Northern Hemisphere snow season 2103/14.
This will be the last official forecast for Season 2013, a season that will probably go down as one of the worst on record due to the warm nights and consistent rain following snowfalls. The amount of snow that fell was not so bad, it just got washed away too quickly. Just goes to show what a difference 1 or 2 degrees can make to a season. Make sure you follow the snow on Snowatcher.com for your snow fix.
Pete (The Frog)
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