Re: Predictions 30th June - 2nd July Typo??? 100m!!!!! Warning Summary at issue time: A deep low is centred over the Southern Ocean and maintains a strong and moist westerly flow over the region. Showers and snowfalls will continue through tonight and on Thursday, before increasing late in the day as another cold front moves across the region. The snow level currently lies around the 1600 metre mark and is expected to gradually lower to around 1300 metres overnight, before dipping further to around 100 metres by Friday as some cold air moves over the region in the wake of the next front. Snow showers and winds will ease rapidly on Saturday as the low moves away and winds swing around to the south.