Alpine Areas District Forecast

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Forecast issued at 4:21 pm EST on Wednesday 23 July 2014.

Weather Situation

A strong high pressure system over Victoria will drift eastwards to the Tasman Sea on Wednesday as a low pressure system and associated trough crosses waters south of the Bight. The trough will weaken as it moves across Victoria late Thursday and during Friday. A high pressure ridge will extend from South Australia over Victoria during Saturday.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw Mostly clear.
Falls Creek Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham Partly cloudy.

Thursday 24 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -1 3 A little rain.
Falls Creek -3 2 A little snow.
Mount Buller -2 2 A little snow.
Mount Hotham -3 1 A little snow.

Friday 25 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -1 4 Morning showers. Snow showers.
Falls Creek -1 3 A few snow showers.
Mount Buller -1 2 Few snow showers.
Mount Hotham -2 1 Few snow showers.

Saturday 26 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 1 3 Snow showers. Late showers.
Falls Creek 0 2 Possible snow shower.
Mount Buller 0 2 Snow shower or two.
Mount Hotham 0 0 Possible snow shower.

Sunday 27 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -2 3 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 0 1 Snow shower or two.
Mount Buller -1 1 Snow shower or two.
Mount Hotham 0 0 Snow shower or two.

Monday 28 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -1 4 Mostly sunny.
Falls Creek -2 3 Snow shower or two.
Mount Buller -2 3 Possible snow shower.
Mount Hotham -2 1 Snow shower or two.

Tuesday 29 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -1 5 Sunny day. Shower or two.
Falls Creek -2 3 Snow shower or two.
Mount Buller -2 4 Snow shower or two.
Mount Hotham -3 2 Snow shower or two.

Wednesday 30 July

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 0 2 Snow shower or two.
Falls Creek -1 2 Snow showers.
Mount Buller -1 1 Snow shower or two.
Mount Hotham -2 0 Snow shower or two.

Product derived from IDV10310 and IDV10753