The forecast cold front delivered Thredbo the biggest snowfall of the season so far with more snow expected over the next couple of days.
Thredbo received around 30cm’s of fresh snow, while the village was dusted with 5 cm. Strong winds blew snow in from the Main Range creating huge wind-drifts and transforming the mountain delighting holiday makers who jumped at the chance to set fresh tracks this morning.
“Great to see a solid fall of snow. Today the mountain is in great condition. With more snow in the forecast there will be more lifts and terrain open for the weekend” said Thredbo spokesperson Susie Diver.
The natural falls perfectly complement the snowmaking efforts, a very cold June saw the mountain department produce record amounts of snow and as it continues to fall, the resort will look at opening up more lifts and more terrain. “We can expect snowfalls to continue until Thursday before a high pressure ridge beds in giving us a sunny weekend” said Thredbo’s resident meteorologist Guy Dixon Today temperatures are hovering around minus 3 with snow flurries rolling in and out.