Weather in the Snowy Mountains can be unpredictable at times and is always a topic of conversation.
If you are out hiking in summer you want to know what the wind is doing up high, will there be visibility and what temperature to expect. After all, you don’t want to be the furthermost point from home when you realise you should have packed an extra layer or a rain jacket.
Here on our weather page we will be gradually adding to our weather features so we can give you the utmost weather conditions all in one location.
For now, use our weather station here to find out the details of the town you are visiting, and always be prepared. Be aware that in the high alpine the wind speed can drastically affect the weather and temperatures, so factor this in before you leave.
A high pressure system over the Bight extends a ridge through New South Wales. Over the coming days, this high is expected to strengthen and move to the south of Tasmania, while a broad area of low pressure develops over parts of the inland. This set-up will bring east to southeasterly winds over much of the state and some showers to eastern districts, particularly about coastal parts during Monday and Tuesday.