Sounds like our friends south of the equator are getting a ton of snow for an early beginning to the ski season in Australia.
Here’s a story from the Melbourne Herald Sun:
IT’S here. The megablizzard. Snowpocalypse now. This baby has been on the weather charts all week and it’s howling its way through the Australian Alps as you read this.
Experienced weather watchers are calling it the storm of the century. They’re saying it could snow on and off, but mostly on, for the next 10 days.
And now the megablizzard has arrived. The NSW resorts of Thredbo and Perisher received 40cm and 50cm respectively overnight. Hotham, Falls Creek and Mt Buller (pictured below) in Victoria all reported similar totals.
A spokesman for Thredbo confirmed to news.com.au that as of about 3.30pm, 80cm of snow had now fallen in the past 24 hours.
“It’s an incredible amount for June, I’m not sure it’s a record, but it has set us up for the rest of the season,” he said.
Check out their video and photos at MEGABLIZZARD.