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Discussion in 'Alpine & Southern' started by Rat trap bindings, Sep 17, 2019.
Are we looking for a new predictions thread as there seems still to be some sting in the season?
For which system? I am not seeing any notable snow-bearing systems on the horizon TBH.
Might be some cold air pool influence on Monday but looks kinda dry to me.
A discussion for the BBQ thread for now.
We are however seeing the upper level cold pool for this system 16/17th over the CT’s this arvo. Might be a chance of snow this arvo above 1100m IMO.
I was thinking maybe this weekend may have something in it?
The trough drawn in through inland of the continent looks like it’ll bring 10-15mm of rain to the alps, Friday night, Saturday. All to warm IMO.
However the cold air arrives Saturday with a dusting and further cold air arriving Monday. Looks cold.
Probably a dusting to a few CM each day IMO.
Looking quite dry.
so barely a whimper worthy of a thread...
Slack forum chat, but I’ll change if for the pedantics
Quiet time of year in the weather forum... need to give the mods something to do.
Oh look, time for a "stay on topic"
Stay on Topic.
It’s still up for discussion. The memorable systems are always the ones we never saw coming.
Quite the ridge out on EC, it’s all West OZ/SA-biased.
Monday, however, looks good for an upgrade IMO.
Yeah, Monday looks like it can be more.
A reasonable chance of an upgrade imo.
dry, looks cold enough, lets see , peaking too early/
This thing looks ‘West Oz-enough’, to me.
Darn it... thought I was on a prediction winner.. shall try a $150m powerball
You're too late, I've already won it.
Oops. Stay on topic
BoM predicting 15-50mm of precip for Thredbo Top Station with snow only on the higher peaks for Saturday
Yeah this weekend was always a lookaway
Do you think Perisher Valley will get a sprinkle snow on Monday? BOM and Ms Bunn seems to think so.
Yep. Won't be much but I think dusting - 3cm is likely IMO.
All models agree.
dunno about this one ,spring seems well and truly here on the western slopes ,norwest hairdryer been blowing for the last 36-48 hours.
The 10 km XC ski loop at Perisher was cooked when I was there on 22/9/19. I was on the rock hoppers and was skiing on grass, mud, rocks, water courses and red dusted sludgy snow. I could hear the fat lady singing in my ear!.The blizzard like conditions at Perisher on 23/9/19 might have been of some use to the terrain on the lifted runs but it was not enough to fix the XC terrain.