With a super storm dumping on Australia’s ski slopes since Wednesday, the country’s ski areas have reported more than 60cm (2 ft) of snowfall over the past three days.
22 Aug 2020 – Most of the resorts open are in New South Wales. They include Perisher and Thredbo, which both reported 25cm of snowfall in the last 24 hours having reported 10cm and 15cm, on earlier days.
Perisher now says it has had 65cm so far and is base depth has passed the metre mark for the first time this season and is approaching 1.5 metres (five feet) – a good stat for Aussie ski centres.
It also reports more terrain open than any other ski area on the planet at present. Nearby Charlotte Pass has reached 80cm
Thanks to Laurel for this link
via Ice Age Now
August 24, 2020 at 05:02PM