We can discuss in the Perisher thread.BOM's latest Perisher forecast for the Aug 3-5.
Do they shut things down for safety on the ski slopes around Perisher when the wind is gusting to 90kmph?
With Thursday forecast to be so warm, windy and rainy, does that pose an avalanche risk?
And will any snow sports or snow sports lessons likely actually happen on Thursday with the below forecast?
Well, in SW WA we’ve been getting tail slapped with the precursor low today, which looks like Fujiwarring into the main monster low to affect us (southern WA) from Monday.
Looked benign on the charts today, planned work over water in an exposed position to the west & it was mighty fresh. Don’t feel the cold but today it felt cold. Worked in salopets, rarely one day a year for that, needed beanie & more layers, didn’t have them in truck. Frequent westerly squalls, big fat raindrops, that were like ice. Usually such a pattern in boardshort weather for us….
Just saying, the lead in for the system feels cold & moist.
Not showing a high level of melted precip on the trend for cooma atm on ec.
Something's looking outta wack over those days atm maybe needs another 24hrs for anyone to have any confidence in what's on the table with modeling from all globals.
Quite a large difference between Boms ens and its G model with totals over that period.BOMs WATL product: