Snow Report

Snow Forecast: A cold front and troughs are bringing strong winds and healthy snowfalls, combining to cause blizzards at times over the next 24-36 hours. A very cold airmass is sweeping over the mountains, maintaining high quality snow but layer up well. It will be lucky to get above zero on Wednesday, and wind chill will make it feel at least ten degrees colder than the actual temperature. By Thursday morning, widespread 10-15cm of fresh snow should be on the ground, possibly more up high.

Mostly cloudy days with little snow are then likely until early next week. Tuesday 10th is looking like the clearest day of the coming week, but another cold front won't be far away. Conditions will deteriorate around Wednesday 11th as the next front reaches the mountains, bringing more snow and strong winds. A run of snowy days should follow, although at this stage most of those snowfalls should be light-to-moderate.
Issued Tuesday 15:03

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