Snow Forecast 6 am 19 Jan 2019(local time), update in hr min s Weather Forecast for Craigieburn at 1672 m altitude issued:
|Past week's weather|
Days 0-3 Craigieburn Weather Summary:Moderate rain (total 13.0mm), heaviest on Sat night. Very mild (max 11°C on Sat morning, min 3°C on Sat night). Winds decreasing (stormy winds from the NW on Sat afternoon, light winds from the W by Mon afternoon).
Days 4-6 Craigieburn Weather Summary:Heavy rain (total 44.0mm), heaviest during Wed afternoon. Later becoming colder with a dusting of snow on Thu afternoon. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 11°C on Wed afternoon, min -1°C on Wed night). Winds decreasing (stormy winds from the NW on Wed morning, calm by Thu night).
|Saturday 19||Sunday 20||Monday 21||Tuesday 22||Wednesday 23||Thursday 24|
|Freezing level (m)||4250||3800||3350||3250||3050||2850||3250||2850||2800||3600||3900||4000||3900||3800||2800||1800||1950||1650|
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Visitor Reviews of Craigieburn
Andrew Troup from New Zealand writes:
Craigieburn Valley, legendary among a surprisingly large minority of truly serious skiers and riders around the world, is the place where the staff from other local resorts come on their days off, where Northern Hemisphere extremists come in their offseason, and camera crews flock to shoot heroic lines. It's not always good, but when it is, there's nowhere better, short of iconic places like La Grave. When it's not good, it's usually still fun.
The trail map tells it all - most runs are advanced, with a significant number upgraded to 'tricky' (localtalk for triple black diamond) and the occasional 'suicidal'. And that's without going offpiste.
Although August is traditionally peak season, best snow and weather is often in September, and surprisingly often there is still lots in October.
Lifts are 'appropriate technology' (rudimentary, quickly reinstated after an avalanche). Facilities are comfortable, verging on opulent by local standards, but basic as resorts worldwide go, except the high altitude daylodge, truly one of the jewels of alpine location and architecture -- at least, of anywhere I've been.
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