A cold pool of air lingers over the southeast of Victoria, with a high over the west and a deep low well out over the Tasman Sea.
It is very cold with light snow, if anything at all, clearing later today.
A series of cold fronts are up next, but they are weakened by a high to our north. They pass through early Friday, on Saturday and late on Sunday/early Monday.
How much snow...
A trace, but the chance of 2 cm today.
2 cm Friday.
3 to 8 cm Saturday.
3 to 8 cm Sunday and Monday.
DETAILED ALPINE FORECAST (above 1200 metres)
REST OF TODAY
Freeze level: About 1000 metres in far southeast this morning.
The chance of light snow in the morning, but dry and quite sunny for much of it.
Dry. A mix of sunshine and cloud.
Freeze level: About 1400 metres.
Freeze level: About 1300 metres.
Snow showers, tending to a period of snow during the day.
Freeze level: About 1500 metres.
Snow showers, tending to a period of snow later.
The next system may be from next Wednesday and looks strong.
Courtesy of Jane's Weather, www.janesweather.com