Here l will collect information on low level snow events in NSW Australia. Past and present
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LAURIER WILLIAMS keeps excellent archives of snow events
Sunrise on Sunday at Taralga, NSW, 40km north of Goulburn. Clouds that brought the most extensive snow in a decade or more to southeastern Australia during Saturday withdrew to the coast to reveal a strange and magical white landscape to the new day.
Here is one such
17th JULY 2004
“Southern Highlands NSW:
Snow in the Moss Vale to Robertson area was the heaviest for 10 years
according to the SES. The snow extended as far as Barrengarry Mountain, with Barrengarry farmer Trevor Parrish telling the Illawarra Mercury that the whole escarpment was covered with powdery white snow. Snow also fell briefly at Cambewarra Lookout Tearooms around 10.30pm.
Falls as low as 600m covered Robertson, Mittagong, Moss Vale and Bowral with up to 7 or 8cm on the ground
by late Saturday evening closing the Illawarra Highway and local roads west of Robertson, and causing icy conditions on the Hume Highway south of Mittagong.”