I noticed this online snow gauge on the Main Range for Spencers Creek. The gauge is near Spencers Creek (no surprises there) on the Kosciusko Road about halfway between Kosi and Perisher. There appears to be somewhat more snow currently than for some time in the past - 1.5m vs zero for most years. I'm not sure how good a predictor it is of snow elsewhere, but it's at about 1700m, so there's a lot of south facing country at or above that level. Also, a quick look at previous years shows that it usually takes about 1.5 to 2 months for that much snow to melt, so I think it might not have fully transitioned from white to green for quite a while. Might still be a bit white and crunchy when I go through on the AAWT about the end of November and early starters south bound, even more so!
http://www.snowyhydro.com.au/waterenvir ... alculator/
This view from the Perisher website is also pretty white for this time of the year.