New Zealand 7 Day Forecast

A general forecast for the Queenstown/Wanaka snowfields of the South Island of New Zealand.

  CORONET PEAK REMARKABLES MT HUTT TREBLE CONE CARDRONA
24HR SNOW 0cm 0cm 0cm 0cm 8cm
DEPTH 105cm 0cm 210cm 94cm 110cm
TEMP 0°C 3°C 5°C 4.5 0

Long Range Outlook
Today will see showers and rain developing before a cool change overnight see snow falling overnight and into tomorrow morning. Some heavy rain early next week will damage the remaining cover badly. Wednesday night will see snow falling which may be heavy at times, easing early Thursday.
Looking long range the 9th-10th is showing potential for some snow falling as is the 18th and 19th.

This is the last of the New Zealand forecasts for Seasons 2019. It won't go down as one of the better seasons, one that never really hit any great heights and without snowmaking would have struggled to survive at all. We now look to the north as the northern hemisphere season starts to ramp up. Check the snowatch cam pages for overseas resort images.

Pete 'The Frog' Taylor

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

Updated: October 4th, 8:22am

FRIDAY 4TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   3 - 7cm
Cloud increasing during the day with showers and heavy rain developing. Temps should drop overnight with snow falling. Winds very strong about the peaks.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
SW
STRONG TO STRONG
SATURDAY 5TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   1 - 3cm
Showers early with snow about the peaks clearing during the day.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
 SW
STRONG TO STRONG

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SUNDAY 6TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   0cm
A mostly fine and sunny day.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
 NW
LIGHT TO LIGHT
MONDAY 7TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   0cm
Cloud increasing with showers developing in the west.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
 NW
MODERATE TO MODERATE
TUESDAY 8TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   0cm
Rain developing and turning to snow later.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
 S
MODERATE TO MODERATE
WEDNESDAY 9TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   5 - 10cm
Showers and rain developing and turning to snow later as a cool change arrives.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
 NW-SW
STRONG TO STRONG
THURSDAY 10TH

Morning

Midday

Night
SNOW:   3 - 6cm
Snowfalls continuing and easing later.
SNOWMAKING
UNLIKELY
WIND
 SW
MODERATE TO MODERATE