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show full reporthide full reportUpdated: 9:01pm Sunday 1 Oct 2017 - Hey folks that's a wrap for the 2017 season! Thanks for you support... during the last 11 weeks of winter - we hope you had an awesome time and got plenty of laps on the slopes?? There's plenty of projects lined up for summer so keep an eye on the social media and E-News installments. On behalf of the staff and committee we wish you a safe and fun summer - see you in July 2018. Summer is here!

Status
FIELD CLOSED
ROAD STATUS N/A
Snow
Updated at
9:01pm Sun 1 Oct
Last snow fall:
10cm on Thu 21 Sep
3 Hourly Detailed Computer Generated Forecasts
Rain and Snow Temperatures Wind

Canterbury High Country regional forecast

none
20 MAY
SUNDAY
Rain with heavy falls about the Divide, with thunderstorms and hail. High cloud further east, with rain for a time in the afternoon. Snow lowering to 900 metres evening.
Issued at: 10:50pm Sun 20 May

Cheeseman computer-generated forecast
Max2°COvernight min-6°C
Total snow: 14cm
Total rainfall: 4mm
Wind at top: Northwesterly 40 km/h rising to 70 km/h mid-afternoon.
Freezing level: Rising to 2400 metres afternoon.
none
21 MAY
MONDAY
Rain with heavy falls about the Divide, easing to showers in the morning. Elsewhere, a few morning showers clearing to a fine day. Snow possible to 600 metres in the morning.
Issued at: 10:50pm Sun 20 May

Cheeseman computer-generated forecast
Max-4°COvernight min-6°C
Total snow: 2cm
Total rainfall: 0mm
Wind at top: Westerly 40 km/h.
Freezing level: 1200 rising to 1800 metres evening.
none
22 MAY
TUESDAY
Heavy and possibly thundery rain developing about the Divide, spreading further east for a time. Snow lowering to 900 metres.
Issued at: 10:50pm Sun 20 May

Cheeseman computer-generated forecast
Max1°COvernight min-7°C
Total snow: 30cm
Total rainfall: 5mm
Wind at top: Northwesterly 80 km/h easing mid-afternoon.
Freezing level: Lowering to 1400 metres evening.
none
23 MAY
WEDNESDAY
Max-3°C
Showers about the divide, some heavy and possibly thundery at first. Snow above 800 metres. Mainly fine elsewhere. Gale southwesterlies.
Issued at: 11:22am Sun 20 May
none
24 MAY
THURSDAY
Showers, some heavy with thunderstorms possible. Snow 800 metres. Gale or severe gale westerlies easing.
Issued at: 11:22am Sun 20 May

Mt Cheeseman computer generated extended forecast

none
25 MAY
FRIDAY
Rain, clearing around midday to partly cloudy weather. Northwesterlies.
Issued at: 5:48pm Sun 20 May
none
26 MAY
SATURDAY
Rain. Not much wind.
Issued at: 5:48pm Sun 20 May

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

Facilities, snow base, field and road status data is supplied from the mountain by SnowHQ

Severe Weather Information for Mt Cheeseman Ski Field