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The American Express Queenstown Winter Festival continues until Sunday with our favourites the AMEX night skiing at Coronet tomorrow and the Mountain Mayhem on Saturday. It's also Ohakune Mardi-Gras weekend (follow the link to see 2013 highlights) with this years lineup including; Weird Together, Whistle Jacket, Peking Duck, Mt Eden & General Lee. Remember, There is no such thing as bad weather... Just inappropriate clothing!

There are a lot of ski areas that were due to open by now, or this weekend that are still on hold. Many have not updated their opening dates; 'until mother nature allows', 'pending more snow' & 'when conditions improve' is being bantered around. Keep an eye on updates on New Zealand's oldest online snow report. Mt Hutt, Cardrona and Coronet Peak have opened their slopes, with Coronet Peak welcoming back its night ski events this Friday. There is snow in the forecast for higher altitudes on Friday and again from Sunday. (See more below) All areas will have their fingers crossed for snow to arrive in time for the Australian & New Zealand school holidays which start on the 5th of July.

We're (still) looking forward to a fantastic season! Get into it!

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North Island:

Tomorrow: Tongariro National Park: Showers becoming heavy with hail and possibly thundery tomorrow afternoon and evening. Taranaki: Showers becoming frequent from late morning, some heavy with hail, and possibly thundery. Winds: Northwesterlies, changing to strong southwesterlies late tomorrow. FREEZING LEVEL: 2800 metres lowering to 1700 metres.
: Showers clearing in the morning, then fine spells. Westerlies abating. FREEZING LEVEL: Rising to 2300 metres in the west and 2000 metres in the east.
Sunday: Cloud increasing, late showers about Egmont National Park. Winds tending northerly and becoming strong or gale. FREEZING LEVEL: Rising to 2600 metres.

South Island:

Tomorrow: Showers close to the divide, with some heavy falls and snow lowering to 1000 metres. A brief shower further east.. Fresh westerlies. FREEZING LEVEL: 2000 metres sloping to 1700 metres in the south, lowering to 1600 metres in the north and 1200 metres in the south.
: Showers, clearing north of the Glaciers, snow level lifting to 1700 metres. Gale westerlies may rise to severe gale. FREEZING LEVEL: Rising to about 2000 metres.
Sunday: Rain spreading to most places, with snow above about 1800 metres, remaining dry about the Kaikoura Ranges. Gale northwesterlies may rise to severe gale. FREEZING LEVEL: About 2100 metres but rising to 2600 metres about the kaikoura ranges.


Ski Area Fri 27th Sat 28th Sun 29th
Ruapehu dayclear daylightsnow daypartcloud daysnowshowers dayclear dayclear
Taranaki dayrainshowers daylightsnow dayclear dayclear dayclear dayclear
Nelson / St Arnaud daysnowshowers daylightsnow dayclear dayclear dayclear daypartcloud
North Canterbury daypartcloud daylightsnow dayclear dayclear dayclear daypartcloud
Canterbury daypartcloud daylightsnow dayclear dayclear daypartcloud daypartcloud
The MacKenzie daysnowshowers daylightsnow daypartcloud daypartcloud daypartcloud daysnowshowers
Wanaka daylightsnow daylightsnow daypartcloud daysnowshowers daylightsnow daylightsnow
Queenstown daylightsnow daylightsnow daypartcloud daypartcloud dayrainshowers daylightrain

Forecast for New Zealand ski areas supplied by snow-forecast.com


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