They were clearing the bus turning area at 3am today, and it wasn’t snowing all that hard. Will be a different scene tomorrow.Wonder if they will have the graders out a bit earlier than usual in the carparks, they often seem to get caught with their pants down in events like this.
Unhappy about enough snowfall to cover a soggy 1.9m base… wow.
Don’t forget the resorts are empty and most of the skiing population of Australia is cooped up with no where to go.
Again, those in Snowy Monaro need not forget the luxury of visiting a snow-laden resort in the current climate.It's now sadly 2 metres of spac filler. Will very much need tonight's reset to make it shine again.
It's not often a super cold snowfall events turns into aussie slop the very next day and then gets another slop over 2 days later again.
If it had been a more typical wet snow event - then it would be expected to either turn to rain or cement the next day.
This season is turning into a hybrid of 2016 and 2012. But without the flood events to really spoil the party.