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Australian Snow Forecasts - Saturday 6th June 2020

Australia Snow Forecasts and Reports for Australian Ski Resorts

When will it next snow in Australia?

Snow is next forecast to fall in Australia over the next week, in Ski Resorts including Ben Lomond.

How much snow is there in Australia?

The deepest reported snow in Australia is in Hotham, which reports snow depths of 107cm42in on upper slopes.

When did it last snow in Australia?

Recent snow reports indicate that it last snowed in Australia on Friday 5th June 2020, in Ski Resorts including Thredbo.

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Top 10 Australian Ski Resorts by Snow Depth

Ski Resorts in Australia with the deepest reported Snow.
Ski Resort Report Valley Depth^
Hotham-107cm42in
Ben Lomond
Charlotte Pass-
Dinner Plain
Falls Creek-
Mount Baw Baw-
Mount Buller-
Perisher-
Selwyn
Thredbo-

Top 10 Australian Ski Resorts by Forecast Snow

Ski Resorts in Australia by snow forecast in the next two days.
Ski Resort Forecast 48HrSatSunMonTueWedThuFri 7Day
Ben Lomond-1cm1in
Charlotte Pass--
Dinner Plain--
Falls Creek--
Hotham--
Mount Baw Baw--
Mount Buller--
Perisher--
Selwyn--
Thredbo--

Australian Ski Resorts - Forecast Snow Comparison

The latest snow forecasts for Ski Resorts in Australia - please note that all ski resorts can be affected by weather at short notice, and you should check with the Tourist Office before travelling.

Australian Snow Forecasts
Ski Resort Forecast 48HrSatSunMonTueWedThuFri 7DaySnow Conditions
Ben Lomond-1cm1in -
Charlotte Pass--Ski Area Closed
Dinner Plain---
Falls Creek--Ski Area Closed
Hotham--Ski Area Closed
Mount Baw Baw--Ski Area Closed
Mount Buller--Ski Area Closed
Perisher--8cm3in Fresh Snow
Selwyn---
Thredbo--Ski Area Closed

The Australian snow forecast figures given here are the likely average cumulative snowfall on each day, for the specified ski resort. Local snow depths may vary considerably from slope to slope.

Off Piste and Avalanche Safety

Ski Safe : If you intend to ski or snowboard off piste in Australia, you must check conditions locally before doing so. Always check the Avalanche Risk Level and carry appropriate avalanche safety equipment at all times.

Australian Snow Forecast Table Key

  • Snow Forecast - links to 7-Day medium-range and 14-Day long-range Snow Forecasts.
  • 48 Hours - total snowfall forecast in the next 48 hours.
  • 7 Days - total snowfall possible over the next 7 days.
  • Status - ski area status (Open/Closed/Unknown).
  • Snow Conditions - current skiing conditions.

All Snow Forecasts beyond 2 days are subject to change. The multi-day snowfall totals above are the total quantity of fresh snow expected to fall, and do NOT account for settling and compaction that will occur.

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