Mountain forecast: September 5

CORONET PEAK

Snowbase: Upper 140cm, lower 115cm
Last snowfall: 4cm on September 1

TODAY
Forecast: Fine with morning frosts
Wind at 1000m: Northwesterlies, gusting 50kmh in exposed places from afternoon
Wind at 2000m: Northwesterlies rising to 50kmh in the afternoon
Free air freezing level: 2300m
Temperature: Maximum 7degC, minimum -1degC

TOMORROW
Forecast: Fine with morning frosts
Wind at 1000m: Northwesterlies
Wind at 2000m: Northwest 40kmh
Free air freezing level: 2000m
Temperature: Maximum 4degC, minimum 0degC

WEDNESDAY
Forecast: Showers in the west and mostly fine in the east. Northwesterlies strengthening, rising to gale about the tops

 

THE REMARKABLES

Snowbase: Upper 90cm, lower 70cm
Last snowfall: 3cm on September 2

TODAY
Forecast: Fine with morning frosts
Wind at 1000m: Northwesterlies, gusting 50kmh in exposed places from afternoon
Wind at 2000m: Northwesterlies rising to 50kmh in the afternoon
Free air freezing level: 2300m
Temperature: Maximum 4degC, minimum -4degC

TOMORROW
Forecast: Fine with morning frosts
Wind at 1000m: Northwesterlies
Wind at 2000m: Northwest 40kmh
Free air freezing level: 2000m
Temperature: Maximum 1degC, minimum -3degC

WEDNESDAY
Forecast: Showers in the west and mostly fine in the east. Northwesterlies strengthening, rising to gale about the tops

 

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