Does Glen Innes have snow?

Glen Innes experienced its biggest snow fall for many years over the weekend with locals and tourists alike enjoying the winter wonderland.

How cold does Glen Innes get?

In Glen Innes, the summers are warm and partly cloudy and the winters are cold and mostly clear. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 35°F to 81°F and is rarely below 28°F or above 89°F.

Is Glen Innes the coldest place in Australia?

At 6:33AM on 19 July 2019, the town registered a temperature of −12.3 °C (9.9 °F), making it the coldest place in Australia in that year.

What is the coldest month in Glen Innes?

The best time of year to visit Glen Innes in Australia The warmest month is January with an average maximum temperature of 26°C (78°F). The coldest month is July with an average maximum temperature of 18°C (64°F).

Is Glen Innes a good place to live?

Still considered one of the more affordable areas of East Auckland, Glen Innes, provides a great opportunity for those wanting to step onto the property ladder. Due to the new residential developments, it is expected the area will see a big uptick in commercial and recreational activities as well.

What is the coldest town in NSW?

Coldest places by maximum mean temperature in New South Wales

Ranking Place Name Annual Mean Max Temp °C
1 Perisher Village, NSW 8.5°C
2 Jindabyne, NSW 8.5°C
3 Lakewood Estate, NSW 8.5°C
4 Thredbo Village, NSW 14.0°C

Why is guyra so cold?

An upper level cold pool combined with showers being pushed northwards from a low pressure system near Sydney produced the very cold conditions. Light snow fell and settled on the ground in the Guyra/Black Mountain/Ben Lomond area, and further east around Ebor.

How far above sea level is Glen Innes?

1,062 m
Glen Innes/Elevation

Glen Innes is located high in the New England Range at an elevation of about 3,484 feet (1,062 metres), near the crest of the range.

What kind of climate does Glen Innes have?

This makes for a perpetually changing landscape, no humidity, rarity of hot summer days and the occasional snow fall. With distinct seasonal changes the Glen Innes Highlands climate offers a unique experience no matter the time of year.

How tall is the Glen Innes Hills in Australia?

At 1072 metres above sea level, Glen Innes is the highest, large town in Australia (population over 2,500), with nearby hills rising to 1500 metres at Ben Lomond and Deepwater. This makes for a perpetually changing landscape, no humidity, rarity of hot summer days and the occasional snow fall.

Why are Glen Innes and Goulburn so cold?

A wide, mostly flat valley or gently undulating land seems to be the key for extreme cold nights. These properties are what Glen Innes Ap, Goulburn Ap and Cooma Ap all have in common. I think if the land is too hilly, it counters extreme cold because of wind flows due to temperature differences between the top of the hills and the valleys.