Live Temps: Coronet 0° Remarkables 0° Cardrona Mt Hutt 7.2C
  Friday 4th Forecast updated: 5:26am 04/10/2013
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
NW-NW
Cloudy with showers - heavy at times.
light to
moderate
   Predicted Snowfall: 0cm
  Saturday 5th
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
NW-NW
Cloudy with light showers at times.
moderate to
strong
   Predicted Snowfall: 0cm
  Sunday 6th
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
W-W
Cloud increasing with light showers at times possibly falling as snow above 1700-1800m overnight.
moderate to
moderate
   Predicted Snowfall: 1-2cm
  Monday 7th
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
NW-SW
Becoming cooler as a strong change arrives. Snow developing at first above 1500m and becoming widespread above 900m later.
strong to
moderate
   Predicted Snowfall: 5-10cm
  Tuesday 8th
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
S-S
Cold and cloudy with light scattered snow shower at times above around 700m.
moderate to
moderate
   Predicted Snowfall: 1-4cm
  Wednesday 9th
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
W-W
Cold and partly cloudy day with light snow flurries at times.
light to
light
   Predicted Snowfall: dusting
  Thursday 10th
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
NW-NW
Cloud increasing with showers and rain developing. Winds reaching well over 120km/h about the peaks.
strong to
strong
   Predicted Snowfall: 0cm

Cardrona

  24hr Snow 0cm 0cm 0cm 0cm

  Snow Depth 5cm 100cm 85cm 235cm

  Live Temps 7.2C

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Long Range snowfall outlook for the South Island Snowfields

Coronet Peak and Treble Cone are closed for the season. At the end of the day on Sunday The Remarkables and Cardrona will close for the season with Mt.Hutt staying open til the following weekend.

Showers are likely on and off for the next few days. A change late on Sunday should see snow starting to fall that should lower overnight with snow continuing into Monday and Tuesday. Low level snow and very cold temps likely late Monday into Tuesday. Should see around 7-15cm all up.

Looking long range the 12th-13th is showing signs of some more snow up high above 1700m.

This is the last of the New Zealand forecasts for 2013. It's been a season with one of the best starts on record that also had a flat period in the middle with little or no snow across July and August.

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.

Pete