Updated: October 5th, 6:44am
Snow forecast 5 Days 10 Days 15 Days
Perisher 0cm 0cm 0cm
Thredbo 0cm 0cm 0cm
Charlotte Pass 0cm 0cm 0cm
Selwyn 0cm 0cm 0cm
Snow forecast 5 Days 10 Days 15 Days
Falls Creek 0cm 0cm 0cm
Mt Hotham 0cm 0cm 0cm
Mt Buller 0cm 0cm 0cm
Mt Baw Baw 0cm 0cm 0cm

Please note: the 10-15 day readings are more likely to change due to the longer range timeframe

Cloudy at times early in the NSW resorts today. Partly cloudy in the Victorian resorts. Winds increasing overnight and will be gale force at times about the peaks into tomorrow morning. Temps continuing to be warm with the snow melt significant. This is the last official weekend of the season for Thredbo (ends Monday), Mt Buller, Falls Creek, Hotham and Baw Baw and Charlotte Pass. Perisher will stay open until the 13th of October.

Next week we should see snow making another appearance with a cold front on Tuesday likely to drop some snow. Another front following this is likely to drop some more snow (mainly in the north) overnight on Thursday and into Friday. There may actually be some decent snow at Perisher for the last hurrah next weekend.

This will be the last of the daily forecasts for Season 2019. It was a season that showed early promise with a nice early dump that unfortunately melted quite quickly. The resorts pretty much relied on snowmaking to have lifts running until the second week of July. Once we got that first dump in July things really took off with consistent snowfalls all the way through to the end of August. Early September had some nice tops up but it's been a downward slide since then.

Snowatch will now look to the northern hemisphere and keep an eye on the snow up there. Have a look at our cam pages for Japan, USA, Canada and Europe (click on the cam menu at top of page and scroll down). I'll be updating and adding more over the coming weeks. If you have some favourites you want on there just send a message and we will see what we can do.

Anyone thinking of heading back country and would like my thoughts on the coming weather over the next few weeks, just drop me an email [email protected] or send a message through the facebook page and I'll do my best to help out if I can.

Thanks everyone for checking Snowatch throughout the season. I'm also keen to hear any feedback or ideas you have or additions you would like to see for next season to the site.

Pete 'The Frog' Taylor


If publishing any of the above forecast outlook please quote Snowatch.com.au as the source.

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