Did seem blardy warm at Perisher yesterday. Nil breeze. Everyone was hot by the arvo. Gloves off on t bars etc. Cabramurra also more exposed in some ways, being out on a ridge. I think you statement about sunny days is the key in fact. Without a breeze, the sunshine was definitely heating the place up imo.Just a general observation regarding the Perisher Valley AWS. The thermometer seems to be very influenced by sun heating on sunny days. Although it is 200m lower than Thredbo TS, it is still recording abnormally warm temperatures. ie. yesterday it recorded a top temperature 1.4C warmer than Cabramurra (which is 250m lower), and recorded a top temp 6.1C warmer than Thredbo TS. Comparisons to Mt Ginini also show pretty misleading max temps on sunny days. Is it the thermometer being affected, or is there some climatological explanation for the warmer local conditions?