One of the best ski season in years in Australia

“In Australia we are hoping Al Gore will stay around as he is bringing with him one of the best ski seasons we have seen for years,” says reader Kenneth Morgan. “So Al, please stick around.”

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6 thoughts on “One of the best ski season in years in Australia”

  1. All that snow at the moment and the headline article on is that Australia’s tropics are to enlarge by 200kms in the next 25 years due to climate change. They could be buried in snow and they’d still publish that garbage

  2. No no no no
    we want the feral pest gone!!!
    before he creates more climate zombies and mouths off any more.

  3. “Almost the entire season’s snow has fallen in the past week.”

    70cm (27.5″) in the past 24 hrs at Thredbo;
    40cm (15.7″) at Perisher and Falls Creek;
    30cm (11.8″) at Thredbo Village, which doesn’t always get snow due to its lower elevation (1365m/4478ft).

    Signs of further snowfall next weekend (July 4th).

  4. By SARAH DEAN June 30, 2014, midnight.
    RECORD snowfalls at Falls Creek this week have more than made up for a slow start to June. Snow enthusiasts were rejoicing yesterday as they woke up to 40 centimetres of fresh white powder.
    That fall was complemented by another 20 centimetres during the day, blanketing the Alpine region and taking the week’s total to about 125 centimetres.
    Falls Creek resident and photographer Chris Hocking was excited to see the season go from “very little going on to stellar conditions”.
    “The resort has had over 125 centimetres of new snow this past week, making it the largest June snowfall since 1991,” he said.
    “We have broken the one-metre mark on base.
    “The resort is fully operational and it’s been the most amazing week of snow in a long time.”
    Falls Creek Ski Lifts staff member Anthony O’Shea was equally excited.
    “We are right in the middle of one of the best June snowstorms in years,” he said.
    “And like everyone on the mountain, we were up all night just watching all this snow fall.
    “The entire mountain is cloaked in white.”
    Mount Hotham had similar falls, with 26 centimetres yesterday that took the week’s total to about one metre of snow.
    Last night the snow was still falling over the alpine region with snow showers forecast today and clearing tomorrow.

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