The wet weather which lashed southern Victoria overnight has also reached the high country, with Mt Buller, Falls Creek and Mt Hotham all reporting good snowfalls since the weekend.
With the official start to the ski season still two months away, the snow continues to fall across Mt Buller today after temperatures fell below zero last night. At 9.30am the temperature had climbed back to minus 0.2 degrees after plunging to minus 1.6 degrees. About 10cm had fallen at Mt Buller by 9am.
"Early snow is always exciting to see and it gets everyone into thinking about the season ahead," said Laurie Blampied, general manager of Buller Ski Lifts.
He said that although snow was not unusual for April, 10 centimetres was a "significant amount for this time of year".
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"It's still two months until the official opening of the snow season but we love to see the temperatures dropping and snow coming to the mountain."
The snow season will officially open on the Queen's Birthday long weekend - June 11.
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