Mountain forecast: September 21

Photo by Olivia Caldwell.
Photo by Olivia Caldwell.
CORONET PEAK
Snowbase: Upper 147cm, lower 122cm.
Last snowfall: 5cm on September 18.

Today
Forecast: Fine with a frosty start.
Wind at 1000m: Northwest, becoming 30kmh in exposed places by evening.
Wind at 2000m: Northwest 30kmh by evening, strengthening at night.
Free air freezing level: About 2400m.
Temperature:
Maximum 10degC, minimum 1degC.

Tomorrow
Forecast: Fine in the morning, but some rain developing in the morning, clearing late afternoon.
Wind at 1000m: Light winds.
Wind at 2000m:
Westerly 45kmh.
Free air freezing level: 2000m.
Temperature: Maximum 6degC, minimum -3degC.

Friday
Forecast: Mainly fine. Northerlies, becoming strong about the tops.

THE REMARKABLES
Snowbase: Upper 90cm, lower 75cm.
Last snowfall: 3cm on September 20.

Today
Forecast: Fine with a frosty start.
Wind at 1000m: Northwest, becoming 30kmh in exposed places by evening.
Wind at 2000m:
Northwest 30kmh by evening, strengthening at night.
Free air freezing level: 2400m.
Temperature: Maximum 7degC, minimum -2degC.

Tomorrow
Forecast: Fine in the morning, but some rain developing in the morning, clearing late afternoon.
Wind at 1000m: Light winds.
Wind at 2000m: Westerly 45kmh.
Free air freezing level: 2000m.
Temperature: Maximum 3degC, minimum -6degC.

Sunday
Forecast:
Mainly fine. Northerlies, becoming strong about the tops.

 

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