Australian Alps: Victorian Forecasts

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Forecast issued at 5:00 am EDT on Thursday 21 October 2021.

Weather Situation

A high pressure system in the southern Tasman Sea will move slowly away to the east tonight and tomorrow, bringing a warmer airmass over the State. A slow-moving trough of low pressure moving through the Bight will reach western Victoria late on Thursday as a weakening cold front slides away to the south. A cold front will approach Victoria on Friday, before slowly cross the State behind the trough on Friday and Saturday, with a new high pressure system to follow.

Forecast for the rest of Thursday

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 13 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 11 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller 11 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham 10 Partly cloudy.

Friday 22 October

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 6 15 Showers increasing.
Falls Creek 6 13 Shower or two.
Mount Buller 6 14 Shower or two.
Mount Hotham 5 13 Shower or two.

Saturday 23 October

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 5 6 Showers or snow.
Falls Creek 7 9 Showers or snow.
Mount Buller 5 8 Showers or snow.
Mount Hotham 6 8 Showers or snow.

Sunday 24 October

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -1 3 Snow showers.
Falls Creek -2 7 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller -1 6 Possible snow shower.
Mount Hotham -2 5 Partly cloudy.

Monday 25 October

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -2 3 Showers or snow. Windy.
Falls Creek -3 7 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller -3 6 Partly cloudy.
Mount Hotham -3 5 Partly cloudy.

Tuesday 26 October

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw -1 10 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek -1 11 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller -1 12 Mostly sunny.
Mount Hotham -1 10 Mostly sunny.

Wednesday 27 October

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 3 15 Sunny.
Falls Creek 3 15 Sunny.
Mount Buller 4 15 Sunny.
Mount Hotham 3 14 Sunny.

Product derived from IDV10310 and IDV10753