Headed up to the Northern Tablelands last Wednesday (15th July) to intercept some snowfalls across the region. A very large cold pool brought scattered storm clouds across NSW. Some of these managed to produce snow on higher ground between Guyra and Glen Innes. The best falls were at Ben Lomond (where I was) where snow depth got to about 6cm or more by the next morning.

All photos for the two days are here:

15 July 2009 photos and 16 July 2009 photos

In contrast to the snow and cold, this week has seen widespread temperatures in the mid 20s. Looks like it will get to 25 today after 24 the past two days.

By Michael Bath

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