Australia Sees Deepest Snowpack in 17 Years After 47″ Storm

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Today’s snow depth of 233cm at Spencers Creek is the highest in 17 years.  image:  snowy hydro

Snowpacks in Australia are huge right now – up to 233cms (92″).

Some Aussie ski resorts just saw up to 120cms (47″).

Thredbo has seen 445cms (175″) of snowfall this season and they have the deepest snowpack since the year 2000.

“Our hydrographers braved the wild weather today to measure current snow depths and as expected it was DEEP! According to Weatherzone it’s the highest depth at Spencer’s Creek in 17 years and it’s much higher than the same time last season.” – Snowy Hydro, today

Perisher, Australia. Today. image: perisher

“117cm of new snow and still going” – Perisher, today

“Today was groovy…And record breaking as the storm delivered us the highest natural snow depth since 2000 and 445cm cumulative for the season” – Thredbo, today

Falls Creek, Australia. Today. image: falls creek

“Lose yourself in the powder here at Falls Creek, we’ve just cracked the 2 metre mark for the first time since 2004!!” – Falls Creek, today


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