Australian Alps: Victorian Forecasts

No warnings for Victoria

Forecast issued at 5:00 am EDT on Wednesday 29 January 2020.

Weather Situation

A high pressure system will drift across Victoria today, reaching the Tasman Sea tonight. A trough of low pressure is likely to deepen over the Bight later on Thursday before approaching western Victoria on Friday night. The trough will move across the State during Saturday. A very hot and humid northerly airstream will precede the trough but the wind will shift milder and less humid southwesterly following the passage of the trough.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 21 Sunny.
Falls Creek 23 Sunny.
Mount Buller 22 Sunny.
Mount Hotham 23 Sunny.

Thursday 30 January

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 14 27 Haze.
Falls Creek 13 26 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller 15 26 Haze.
Mount Hotham 13 25 Mostly sunny.

Friday 31 January

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 18 29 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 18 29 Mostly sunny.
Mount Buller 19 29 Mostly sunny.
Mount Hotham 18 28 Mostly sunny.

Saturday 1 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 19 24 Showers increasing.
Falls Creek 20 26 Shower or two developing.
Mount Buller 20 25 Showers increasing.
Mount Hotham 20 25 Shower or two.

Sunday 2 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 7 11 Shower or two.
Falls Creek 11 19 Shower or two.
Mount Buller 9 15 Shower or two.
Mount Hotham 10 17 Shower or two.

Monday 3 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 4 7 Shower or two.
Falls Creek 5 15 Sunny.
Mount Buller 4 11 Mostly sunny.
Mount Hotham 4 14 Sunny.

Tuesday 4 February

Location Min. Max. Summary
Mount Baw Baw 2 13 Partly cloudy.
Falls Creek 2 15 Partly cloudy.
Mount Buller 3 15 Mostly sunny.
Mount Hotham 1 14 Partly cloudy.

Product derived from IDV10310 and IDV10753