Does it snow in the Blue Mountains in July?

Yes, it certainly does snow in the Blue Mountains � but that depends on your definition of the Blue Mountains. The best snow falls occur in Oberon, pictured here. In actuality, this region extends from the area west of the Nepean River to the Cox’s River.

What is the wettest season in Katoomba?

Average monthly snow and rainfall in Katoomba (New South Wales) in inches

  • A lot of rain (rainy season) falls in the months: February, March, April, May and June.
  • On average, June is the wettest month with 5.67 inch (144.0 mm) of precipitation.

What is the coldest month in Katoomba?

Which is the coldest month in Katoomba? The coldest month is July with an average maximum temperature of 17.8°C (64.04°F).

Does it snow at Katoomba in August?

August is usually our coldest winter month. And windy. And possibility of rain. Snow would be quite rare, but you can’t definitely rule it out.

What is the best time of the year to visit the Blue Mountains?

Although this region can be visited year-round, the best time to visit the Blue Mountains is when the temperature is not scorching hot or freezing. In other words, you can enjoy this place best from September to October, the spring months.

Can I see snow in Blue Mountains?

The Blue Mountains generally has a reputation for snow in winter, however, despite the cool temperatures there are only around 5 snow days per year in the upper mountains. It is extremely rare to see snow below Lawson. It is not unusual to see white blankets of frost covering the ground in the early morning hours.

How cold does Katoomba get in winter?

In Katoomba, the summers are comfortable and partly cloudy and the winters are very cold and mostly clear. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 30°F to 76°F and is rarely below 23°F or above 88°F.

Does bilpin have snow?

When can you find snow in Bilpin? Weather stations report no annual snow.

How hot does it get in Katoomba?

Does it snow in Lawson NSW?

How often does it Snow in the Blue Mountains? The last big snowfalls down to Hazelbrook and Lawson were in 1965 and 1984. It’s estimated that there are from 3 – 6 Snow days currently per year, with a couple of those just “flurries” of snow, not really settling, even at the higher altitudes.