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Winter Blast Gives Australian Ski Resorts Plenty of Reasons to Hope

MountHothamApril-8 Mount Hotham under a blanket of early snow.

Snow fell across the Victorian high country on Thursday as a wet and windy cold snap swept across Australia’s south-east.

Skifields reported up to 10 centimetres of early snow from the first day of the icy blast, while regional centres such as Wodonga had up to 100 millimetres of rain.

Chris Arvier from the Bureau of Meteorology said there was moderate to minor flooding in Victoria’s north-east, including the Goulburn and Kiewa rivers, with no end to the rain in sight.

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