Mountain forecast

Coronet Peak
Snow base upper: 30cm.
Snow base lower: 40cm.
Last snowfall
: 5cm, June 9.

A few showers in the south and a dusting of snow above 800m clearing during the morning. Cloudy periods further north, then becoming fine towards evening.
Wind at 1000m: westerly, gusts 80kmh in exposed places during the morning turning lighter southerly in the afternoon.
Wind at 2000m: gale westerly 80kmh turning southerly in the afternoon.
Free air freezing level: 1300m lowering to 600m in the evening.
Maximum: -1degC. Overnight: -5degC.

A few snow showers possible in the south at first.
Wind at 1000m: southerlies.
Wind at 2000m: southerly gale 65kmh, easing to 45kmh.
Free air freezing level: gradually rising to 1200m.
Maximum: 0degC. Overnight: -1degC.

Long fine spells, with frosts. Southerlies.


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