Australian Alps: Victorian Forecasts

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Forecast issued at 5:00 am EDT on Saturday 31 October 2020.

Weather Situation

A low pressure system over central New South Wales will move eastwards tonight as a high to the south of Western Australia extends a ridge over Tasmania. The low will reach the Tasman Sea later today as the high moves eastwards across the Southern Ocean. The high will become centred just east of Tasmania on Sunday and continue east on Monday while extending a ridge up the eastern seaboard.

Forecast for the rest of Saturday

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 7 Showers.
Falls Creek 9 Showers. Possible storm.
Mount Buller 11 Showers. Possible afternoon storm.
Mount Hotham 8 Showers. Possible storm.

Sunday 1 November

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 3 11 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 2 12 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller 3 14 Mostly sunny.
Mount Hotham 1 12 Partly cloudy.

Monday 2 November

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 4 15 Mostly sunny.
Falls Creek 5 16 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller 6 16 Sunny.
Mount Hotham 4 15 Sunny.

Tuesday 3 November

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 8 18 Sunny.
Falls Creek 8 17 Sunny.
Mount Buller 8 17 Sunny.
Mount Hotham 7 16 Sunny.

Wednesday 4 November

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 11 16 Shower or two.
Falls Creek 9 16 Shower or two.
Mount Buller 9 16 Shower or two.
Mount Hotham 9 15 Shower or two. Windy.

Thursday 5 November

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 1 7 Shower or two.
Falls Creek 2 10 Shower or two.
Mount Buller 3 11 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 1 10 Shower or two.

Friday 6 November

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 2 7 Shower or two.
Falls Creek 3 9 Shower or two.
Mount Buller 3 9 Possible shower.
Mount Hotham 3 8 Shower or two.

Product derived from IDV10310 and IDV10753