Australian Alps: Victorian Forecasts

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Forecast issued at 4:05 pm EDT on Wednesday 26 February 2020.

Weather Situation

A cold front just to the southwest of Victoria will sweep through the State today, with a high pressure ridge extending across Victoria later tonight. A weak cold front will cross Tasmania during Thursday as a high pressure system builds within the ridge south of Western Australia. This high centre will move to waters south of the Bight on Friday and weaken on Saturday as a broad inland trough extends from NSW into Victoria.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday

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

Thursday 27 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 0 9 Becoming windy. Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 1 13 Sunny.
Mount Buller 0 11 Sunny.
Mount Hotham 0 12 Sunny.

Friday 28 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 3 8 Light shower or two clearing.
Falls Creek 3 15 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller 1 12 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 1 14 Partly cloudy.

Saturday 29 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 3 15 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 5 17 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller 6 17 Sunny.
Mount Hotham 5 16 Sunny.

Sunday 1 March

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 6 15 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 8 18 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller 7 19 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 7 18 Mostly sunny.

Monday 2 March

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 5 14 Possible shower.
Falls Creek 5 17 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller 7 17 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 5 16 Partly cloudy.

Tuesday 3 March

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 4 13 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 6 17 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller 8 18 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 7 17 Partly cloudy.

Wednesday 4 March

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 8 14 Possible shower.
Falls Creek 9 15 Possible shower.
Mount Buller 9 17 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 9 15 Possible shower.

Product derived from IDV10310 and IDV10753