South West Tasmania Mountain Ranges
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Weather Conditions for the mountain ranges of South West Tasmania


Summer can vary from heat waves to below freezing. In other seasons it is never warm being just above freezing. Be prepared for anything.

South West Tasmania Temperature - Ranges


On average, February and March are the driest months but you must still expect rain. Average yearly rainfall is 2510 mm (100 inches).

South West Tasmania Rainfall - Ranges


With rain falling on more than 70% of the days in each year expect to get wet. Fine days are rare as the number of clear days shows.

South West Tasmania Rainy Days - Ranges

Accuracy - Records are based on Strathgordon with some local modification from extended observations and for elevation. Values are based on 1100m above sea level. The weather is typical of the high ranges like the Western Arthurs, Federation Peak, Southern Ranges (Precipitous Bluff) and Mt Anne.

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Last updated : December 8th 2015