Snowy Mountains, Australia – Nearly 40 inches of snow in 24 hours

“One of the biggest 24-hour storms seen for a long time.” Dangerous driving conditions. Some roads closed.

“Well, that was an incredible 24 hours for the NSW resorts with 70-100cms (27.5-39.4 inches) of snow in a 24-hour period, the higher totals falling above 1800 metres, but there was also snow all the way down to Jindabyne and beyond.”

Dangerous driving conditions saw the roads closed to both Thredbo and Perisher for much of the day. The Alpine way, yesterday afternoon.

Storm Journal, July 12-14 – South East Flow Dumps Big Snow Totals Across The Snowy Mountains

Thanks to Laurel for this link

11 thoughts on “Snowy Mountains, Australia – Nearly 40 inches of snow in 24 hours”

  1. Vic mamaged to miss most of it it seems
    except the cold my place was .5c last night;-(
    at least, so far the nsw residents can go skiing
    victorias pretty much shut down our alpine areas due to renewed Covid.

  2. Im with Kenneth Lund, I have joined other voices on and Heather Has pretty much stopped the news you can get at Brietbart or Gayeway Pundit all day everyday. Robert, YOU are a-national treasure! Your site is my “go to” place for the truth that is avoided at all costs on the msm. Thank you for the work you do for us, the truth starved masses.‍♂️

  3. Well “The Snowy Mountains” lived up to their name. Half way between Melbourne and Sydney so some skiing can be had. Only 2200 meters above sea level so not that high (Aspen, Colorado). Mid winter for the folks down under. Enjoy.

  4. Rather cool over in NZ as well, white in the SI but there a a rather large low in the Tasman at present, plenty of wind and rain hardly your ‘globull warming’ Oh I forgot, low pressure systems are caused by CO2!

  5. The Grand Solar Minimum continues SC24 contines bumping on the bottom of the very low minimum since SC13 and 1915. With signs of SC25 begining to appear the rise to max may start at or after the year end.
    NASA has already predicted SC25 will another very low UV output cycles with few full sized Sun Spots, with SC26 predicted to be no higher in output than SC20, and last untill 2056.
    The following Gliessberg period of 80 years may well be a very Tepid to cool affair.
    The 172 solar cycle of GSM, Gliessberg and Solar Warmish Period of 70 years will conclude with the predicted next GSM starting in 2188.

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