May 27, 2005

Perisher weather forecast: May 27 - June 2

Our Perisher weather predictions for the week ahead.

Friday 27 May 2005

  • Overcast, cold morning with gusty winds arriving around late afternoon.
  • Possible frozen rain and snow about the peaks above 1700m
  • Clearing in the evening, to a cold night.
  • No significant snowfalls, possible overnight snow making.
  • Min: -4, Max 6

Saturday 28 May 2005

  • Clear, fine day with a cold morning.
  • Becoming calm around midday with a cloudless sky appearing overnight.
  • No snow falls, possible morning snow making.
  • Min -5, Max: 8

Sunday 29 May 2005

  • Clear morning with a slight chance of rain from midday.
  • No snowfalls.
  • Min -2, Max: 10

Monday 30 May 2005

  • Warmer day, clear skies with fog overnight. Slight chance of drizzle overnight.
  • Calm weather.
  • No snowfalls.
  • Min 0, Max: 12

Tuesday 31 May 2005

  • Calm, clear day.
  • No snowfalls.
  • Min 1, Max: 10

Wednesday 1 June 2005

  • Cooling slightly, with clouds coming in from the south, and south east.
  • Slight breeze arriving late morning.
  • Possible rain showers in the afternoon, turning to snow showers in the evening.
  • No significant snowfalls.
  • Min -3, Max: 8

Thursday 2 June 2005

  • Colder day, dry and clearing.
  • No snowfalls.
  • Possible overnight snowmaking.
  • Min -4, Max: 6

Further Ahead

  • No significant snowfalls until the weather cools from the 10 June onwards.
  • There is a stubborn high situated over the bight, which will start to move north as the continent cools.
  • Possible 5-10cm snow above 1600m on the public holiday (12 June), as temperatures fall to -10C.
  • First significant snow event of the season late June, from 23 June � 25 June, expecting 20-25cm.


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Posted at 04:58 PM