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show full reporthide full reportUpdated: 4:07pm Saturday 21 Jul 2018 - NIGHT SKI IS CLOSED TONIGHT. Join us for our Christmas in July... night ski this coming Wednesday July 25th. Throw on those festive outfits and get in the holiday spirit. If you missed our opening night ski party, then this one’s for you! We’ll have Aroha and MC Tali followed by Hedlock (King Kapisi and Che Fu). See you all then! Currently mainly clear across the mountain with clouds on the divide to the west of us that will stay all day and occasionally push over with an accompanying mix of rain and snow. Snow lowering in the evening. Winds moderate and expected to increase as the day goes on, affecting chair operation.

Status
FIELD OPEN
ROAD OPEN
Snow
Updated at
4:07pm Sat 21 Jul
Last snow fall:
10cm on Thu 12 Jul
Upper snow base: 95cm
Lower snow base: 45cm
3 Hourly Detailed Computer Generated Forecasts
Rain and Snow Temperatures Wind

Southern Lakes regional forecast

none
21 JULY
SATURDAY
Rain, with possibly heavy about the headwaters. Snow to 1200 metres at first, lowering to 800 metres at night, affecting higher roads.
Issued at: 10:40pm Sat 21 Jul

Coronet Peak computer-generated forecast
Max4°COvernight min-5°C
Total snow: 9cm
Total rainfall: 1mm
Wind at top: Northeasterly 10 km/h rising to northerly 40 km/h mid-afternoon.
Freezing level: Lowering to 1300 metres overnight.
none
22 JULY
SUNDAY
Showers turning to rain in the afternoon, with snow above 500 metres.
Issued at: 10:40pm Sat 21 Jul

Coronet Peak computer-generated forecast
Max-1°COvernight min-6°C
Total snow: 4cm
Total rainfall: 0mm
Wind at top: Westerly 40 km/h.
Freezing level: 900 metres.
none
23 JULY
MONDAY
Scattered rain gradually easing to isolated showers. Snow to 500 metres at first.
Issued at: 10:40pm Sat 21 Jul

Coronet Peak computer-generated forecast
Max-4°COvernight min-8°C
Total snow: 3cm
Total rainfall: 0mm
Wind at top: Southerly 30 km/h easing to southeasterly 10 km/h early evening.
Freezing level: 700 metres.
none
24 JULY
TUESDAY
Max-2°C
Showers with snow to 500 metres, clearing afternoon. Southeasterlies.
Issued at: 9:40am Sat 21 Jul
none
25 JULY
WEDNESDAY
Fine. Light winds.
Issued at: 9:40am Sat 21 Jul

Coronet Peak computer generated extended forecast

none
26 JULY
THURSDAY
Rain, clearing in the middle of the day to partly cloudy weather. Little wind.
Issued at: 5:45pm Sat 21 Jul
none
27 JULY
FRIDAY
Partly cloudy. Not much wind.
Issued at: 5:45pm Sat 21 Jul

Days 1-5 are mountain region forecasts for Southern Lakes produced by our team of meteorologists.
Days 6-7 are site-specific forecasts for Coronet Peak ski field which have been automatically generated by MetService's computer weather modeling system and have not been moderated by our team of meteorologists.

Severe Weather Information for Coronet Peak Ski Field