A new study has found that the world will have snowfall this winter as large as the one that caused the Snow Mountain Maki.
The study, published in the journal Nature Geoscience, found that snowfall in eastern Australia is likely to be as much as 60 per cent of the annual average.
This is more than twice the annual snowfall from 1980 to 2005.
“This is one of the highest snowfall records that we’ve ever seen,” said lead author Dr John Geddes, from the University of New South Wales in Sydney.
“It’s an extraordinary amount of snow that’s already been accumulated.”
“It means that this is the largest ever recorded snowfall of any winter in Australia, which is something that we hadn’t really anticipated.”
It also means the world is on track to have about 1,200mm of snowfall.
The winter of snow The researchers looked at how snow in eastern Tasmania and northern Victoria would change when the snow melts and when it rises.
They found that it will be more dense and hardy than the usual snowfall, which depends on how warm the air is and how much snow falls.
But if temperatures are warmer than normal, it is more likely to fall.
“If you have warmer air, you can have a more wetter atmosphere, and the wetter air also tends to bring more snow,” said Dr Gedders.
“So if you have a drier air, that also tends that the snow will be wetter.”
“The dry air tends to attract moisture, so if the air warms up, the snowfall will be higher.”
“So in the winter, we’re likely to have more snow than usual.”
Snow in Tasmania The researchers also found that Tasmania’s snowpack is likely twice as dense as the rest of the country.
“In winter, Tasmania has a lot more snowfall than the rest, and Tasmania’s winter snowfall is higher than the average,” Dr Geaders said.
“And if Tasmania has more snow in winter, that means we’re also likely to get more snow for the same amount of time.”
The researchers found that this will lead to more intense thunderstorms and the potential for more hail.
“The thunderstorms that we’re seeing in Tasmania are very strong,” Dr David Ruggiero, from Melbourne University’s Weather Research Centre, said.
“A lot of people think that we have a relatively good winter. “
As they come down, it’s like a rainstorm, it can be a bit of a mess.”
The Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Authority (AMOA) predicts that there will be between 20 and 30 centimetres of snow across the state by the end of the year. “
But Tasmania has really big problems.”
The Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Authority (AMOA) predicts that there will be between 20 and 30 centimetres of snow across the state by the end of the year.
“We have a number of very severe weather systems going on, including a large-scale system in the north-east of Tasmania that’s bringing heavy rain and winds with it,” AMOA director of meteorology Peter Smith said.
Dr Smith said the storm could cause major disruption in the tourism industry.
“There will be a lot of cancellations and a lot people could be without their accommodation, because of it,” he said.