On Sunday, we’ll find out whether you can drive across the NSW north-east on a snow-free weekend.
As well as the usual drizzle and snow, the Sunshine Coast, Coffs Harbour and the Blue Mountains will also be without snow for two weeks.
But it’s the Northern Territory that will have the heaviest snowfall.
According to Environment Department data, the NT will see an average of 5.5cm of snow on Sunday, and more than 6cm in the NT’s north-eastern suburbs.
The NT snowfall was due to heavy winds, the heavy rain and heavy snowfall of Friday night and Saturday, with the snowfall forecast to be heavy on Sunday.
As well, the cold front is forecast to arrive late in the day on Sunday with temperatures expected to be below -20C.
The cold front can bring up to 30 centimetres of snowfall in some areas, and up to 40 centimetre on some areas.
In the NT, the weather has been predicted to be extremely cold, with temperatures at -25C, or -35C in some places.
Snow conditions in the Northern Territories on Sunday 1:18PM For the Northern Rivers region, the snow is expected to fall in the low 20s.
This means the NT could see up to 10cm of total snowfall on the north-western side of the Northern River and up over 20cm on the northern parts of the NT.
Snow conditions are expected to last between two and four days in the northern regions.
Snow is forecast in the North and the south-east of the Territory from Monday morning through to Sunday night.
And, if you’re in the region, a large number of road closures are expected from Monday night until the next morning.
If you’re planning on driving around the NT in the coming days, the first thing you should do is check the snow levels forecast for your region.
Check the weather forecast on Monday morning In the Northern Mountains, the most significant snowfall is expected in the central areas of the country, where up to 2cm of rain will fall overnight.
Snowfall conditions are forecast to last up to five days in all but one of the mountains.
Snow can be heavy in some parts of parts of NSW, particularly the NSW south-west.
A snowfall advisory has been issued for some parts in NSW.
Snowfall in NSW on Monday There are reports of up to 6cm of heavy rain in parts of Queensland and Victoria.
A heavy rain warning has been declared in parts in Victoria, with rainfall in the areas of Ashgrove and Dandenong forecast to fall to up to six inches.
Snow accumulations of up 20cm in parts around Melbourne are expected on Monday.
Snow accumulation is expected across the state from Monday until Wednesday.
Snowfall levels are forecast in parts, and a heavy rain watch is in place until Wednesday night.
For the NSW west, snowfall conditions will be heavy.
Snow will fall from Monday into Wednesday and accumulations are forecast from Tuesday to Thursday.
For a full list of snow and weather alerts across NSW, click here.
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