CARDRONA THE REMARKABLES CORONET PEAK MT HUTT
24HR SNOW 0cm 0cm 0cm 0cm
DEPTH 0cm 0cm 0cm 0cm
Updated: October 1st, 7:52pm
    
  FRIDAY 2ND 1-2cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
NW-SW
Cloud increasing with light snow showers developing during the day. Winds will be gusty about the peaks.
  SATURDAY 3RD 0cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
NW-NW
Mostly fine and sunny day with cloud increasing overnight. Winds reaching well over 100km/h about the peaks. Lift closures possible.
  SUNDAY 4TH 1-3cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
W-SW
Cloud increasing with light showers developing later falling as snow overnight. Winds gale force and above reaching well over 100km/h (possibly around 120-150km/h at times). Lift closures possible.
  MONDAY 5TH 0cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
W-W
Cloudy with some light scattered showers at times. Winds strong, possibly reaching gale force about the peaks at times.
  TUESDAY 6TH 0cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
W-W
Cloudy periods with the chance of some light scattered showers at times. Winds gale force and above.
  WEDNESDAY 7TH 0cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
NW-NW
Mostly fine and sunny day with clouds increasing later. Winds likely to be gale force and above.
  THURSDAY 8TH 0cm
Morning
Midday
Afternoon
Evening
strong to
strong
NW-NW
Mostly cloudy day.
Coronet N/A | Remarkables N/A | Cardrona | Mt Hutt 0C



Sunday saw the lifts close for the season at The Remarkables and Treble Cone. We still have Coronet Peak and Cardrona open this weekend, with Cardrona and Mt Hutt still open for another week after this weekend.

Wild weather coming up. We should see some light snow showers at times during the day. Unfortunately the winds look to increase today and remain strong for the next week, so we may see lift closures at times. This looks like the windiest week of the season coming up with Saturday and Sunday looking to be the worst of it with winds possibly reaching 120-150km/h about the peaks at times, which is not a great way to end the season for Coronet Peak and Cardrona.

Looking long range we could see some snow falling across the 10th-11th and then the 15th.

Pete