Spring snow: Victoria’s west blanketed in white as icy blast sweeps state
Snow is falling in western Victoria as a cold snap sweeps the state.
3AW listener Grant says it’s snowing “heavily” in the Otway Ranges, between Apollo Bay and Colac.
Another listener, Jane, says it’s also snowing in Dunkeld.
We’re also hearing it’s snowing in Mortlake, Berringa, Camperdown, Meredith and Beaufort.
Meredith woman, Kerry, said it’s the heaviest snow she’s seen in the town in 20 years.
“I’ve never seen it floating down like this. It’s normally sleet, this is actual snow,” she told Dee Dee.
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It comes after heavy rainfall overnight.
In the 24 hours to 9am, 40.2mm of rain fell in Warrnambool, while Cape Otway received 39.8mm.
A temporary waterfall has appeared at the Twelve Apostles, due to the rain!
Above: Jiri sent us an incredible video of a waterfall which has popped up at the Twelve Apostles.
We’re getting a LOT of reports of snow.
Greg sent us this video from Berringa, near Ballarat.
— 3AW Melbourne (@3AW693) September 25, 2020