Winter Down Under Starts Early at Mount Buller

Winter Down Under Starts Early at Mount Buller
May 14, 2009

..This year in particular looks fantastic for the Victorian snowfields. The Mount Buller resort region has already had a weekend opening for skiers, making it the earliest start to the season in history, and five weeks ahead of the usual schedule…

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2 Responses to “Winter Down Under Starts Early at Mount Buller”

  1. The Practical PM

    informative post …but I guess if it’s winter we’ve got that going right in middle of supposedly good English Summer as well…bloody’ell…it’s cold in middle of May here in Britain…:-|…so much for global warming….

  2. BrrBrr

    Never fear, for the UK Met Office has promised us warming:

    “The coming summer is ‘odds on for a barbecue summer’, according to long-range forecasts. Summer temperatures across the UK are likely to be warmer than average and rainfall near or below average for the three months of summer.

    Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office, Ewen McCallum, said: “After two disappointingly-wet summers, the signs are much more promising this year. We can expect times when temperatures will be above 30 °C, something we hardly saw at all last year.”

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