Wednesday is 600m for Southern TablelandsHuge upgrades for snow levels on BOM:
ACT FORECAST - no snow level means all snow
Wednesday 9 JuneCloudy. Very high (near 100%) chance of snow showers, most likely from the late morning. The chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening. Light winds becoming east to southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h in the late evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between zero and 3 with daytime temperatures reaching between 3 and 7.
CTs FORECAST - snow down to 500m !!
Wednesday 9 JuneCloudy. Very high (90%) chance of showers, most likely from the late morning. Snow falling above 500 metres. The chance of a thunderstorm. Light winds becoming west to northwesterly 15 to 25 km/h early in the morning then becoming light in the late evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between zero and 5 with daytime temperatures reaching between 4 and 10.
Just curious, where are you seeing 70-80cm?Can someone calculate predicted snowfall over op from Thursday till Friday night
I’m seeing 70-80cm
But could be wrong
I was checking the meteologix site for ec from Thursday morning through to Saturday morning . Lots of purple thereJust curious, where are you seeing 70-80cm?
looking at layers on WZ I'm seeing 15-20cm at MOST Thursday evening. This is accumulated rainfall between now and 7pm Fri. Of which only about 10-15mm falls from 12pm Thurs
Forecast issued at 5:15 am CST on Monday 7 June 2021.
Detailed Jamestown Forecast
Mon.7 Jun Tue.8 Jun Wed.9 Jun Thu.10 Jun Fri.11 Jun Sat.12 Jun Sun.13 Jun Summary Windy. Showers developing. Showers. Wind easing. Partly cloudy. Partly cloudy. Partly cloudy. Partly cloudy. Partly cloudy. Max. Temperature 19 °C 7 °C 10 °C 11 °C 14 °C 15 °C 15 °C Min. Temperature 3 °C 3 °C 1 °C 1 °C 5 °C 5 °C
Yes, with a min of 3 in Jamestown it definitely smells like snow is on the cards for the Flinders Ranges tonight. Snow in strange places as they say...
May I ask for those of us not not in NSW or Vic and not knowledgeable on the jargon or lingo for geographical areas what do you mean by “the OP”?Can someone calculate predicted snowfall over op from Thursday till Friday night
I’m seeing 70-80cm
But could be wrong
Oberon Plateau.May I ask for those of us not not in NSW or Vic and not knowledgeable on the jargon or lingo for geographical areas what do you mean by “the OP”?
I’ve guessed ST, CT, and NT are probably souther, centra, and northern tablelands but OP still confounds me.
Be able to find something in the NTs possibly beyond the weekend, me thinks. At high elevation it could see out the weekend, easily with accumulations/driftsof over a foot etcWindy is showing snow still on the ground in the NT's over the weekend. Thoughts? I am wondering whether I should attempt to go Friday after work.
Thanks for that. I took a back road thru Blue Mountains around 7 years ago when I was south of Sydney and wanted to avoid greater Sydney and stayed in Oberon. Beautiful area.The Oberon Plateau is a large upland area in the Central Tablelands West of the Blue Mountains and South of the Great Western Highway. It’s elevation is mostly mostly in the range 1,000 - 1,200 metres with a number of high points above 1,300 metres. It is a snow magnet.
Here’s a map: https://anero.id/weather-antiquities/image.html?other/gdr/oberon_plateau.jpg
What about 850hPa/925hPa temp forecasts? Or snow levels?I cannot find any specific snow depth outputs for access C on WZ or weatherwatch sites. But FWIW here is latest access C 06z accumulated precipitation to 4am Thursday. (axs c Sydney domaiin)
This trough streaming up through Western Vic is the moisture injection that really gets the NT snow going.
Watch it hook in there this AM.