Snow Watch 2019

03 Apr 2019 10:16 - 03 Apr 2019 10:17 #74863 by JonWells
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Indeed, there does seem to be a possibility of some snow on Fri evening and early Saturday, but likely restricted to the highest peaks above 3300m in the central parts of the range.

Forecast temps for these peaks are touch and go though, mainly just above freezing. So we'll need to see if these stay on track and dont lift at all.
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04 Apr 2019 07:29 #74866 by JonWells
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For now the forecast remains largely unchanged, with snow still predicted to fall on the high peaks mainly between Thabana Ntlenyana and Mafadi.  Temperatures are still very borderline for snow (+2°C), although if this holds, some significant accumulation is possible (20cm+)

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18 Apr 2019 08:04 #74905 by JonWells
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As it stands, the models are consistently forecasting that snow is likely to fall across most of the Drakensberg escarpment toward the end of this long weekend, beginning late on Sunday night over the highest peaks, then continuing throughout most of Sunday.

So far this forecast is a lot more convincing than the previous one, as freezing levels are expected to drop to 3100m-3200m, which means snow is possible down to around 2900m:

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