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Aug 2014
12

A front has left a pool of cold air over the southeast of the country, that is heading northwards over the interior. We have a strong high pressure system over the Bight, extending a ridge over us....
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Aug 2014
11

A front has left a pool of cold air over the southeast of the country. We have a strong high pressure system over the Bight, extending a ridge over us. This lets snow showers continue for far southern/western resorts but it turns mostly dry for the rest....
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Aug 2014
06

Strong high pressure will continue to limit snow-bearing systems for the next week....
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Jul 2014
30

One last cold front is sliding away and we stay in a belt of northwesterly winds until Thursday, thanks to a band of high pressure up over the interior of the country. It will remain windy, and too warm for snow....
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Jul 2014
29

We are in a belt of northwesterly winds, with a band of high pressure up over the interior of the country, and cold fronts sliding away. This makes it too warm for snow, and brings windy and sometimes wet conditions....
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Jul 2014
25

A weak low pressure system will move from northwest Tasmania to east of Tasmania on the weekend. It is only borderline cold enough for snow up high, lowering to around 1600 metres at times on Friday and Saturday, with only light falls. ...
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Jul 2014
24

A low pressure system should be near Mt Gambier on Thursday night, southwest Tasmania on Friday night, then east of Tasmania on the weekend. The low is weakening, after peaking back to our west earlier in the week. It is only borderline cold enough for snow up high, but most of......
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