Stirling Ranges and Bluff Knoll are expected to receive the heaviest snowfall in years on Saturday.
This Saturday it will snow on Bluff Knoll. If you want to have some fun in the snow – you might want to jump in the car and head south.
Snow has been forecast for the Stirling Ranges and Bluff Knoll to fall between 2am and 2pm on Saturday 17th of August.
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This, of course, isn’t the first time it has snowed in WA, interestingly enough the map below shows all the locations where snow has fallen in WA.
Information for Bluff Knoll snow chasers
Bureau of Meteorology forecast that this could be the best snowfall in the Stirling Ranges in years.
For the snow chasers, you might not have to get up as early this time with reports suggesting that there could still be flurries of snow mid-morning and the cold wind predictions should see the snow stay until the afternoon.
Also, hikers might not have to climb to the summit of Bluff Knoll to experience the snow as the snowfall is predicted to reach further down the ranges than usual.
Those attempting to climb Bluff Knoll are encouraged to wear appropriate warm gear, walk in a group and be aware of reduced visibility.
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