Welcome to Blackheath Weather. Blackheath is a village high in the world heritage listed Blue Mountains of NSW. For an instant graphical weather update, go to the Local Weather Guide where you will also find Winter Cold Outbreak News, Local Weather News - including fire news. View the Twitter Timeline for instant, abbreviated weather reports and occasional photos. If the website timeline is missing below, you will see a 'Tweets by @BlackheathWx' below the radar image - you can click there also. More detailed weather information can be viewed from the links on the left.
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At an altitude of around 1100 metres above sea level, the most significant weather event here is probably snow. Most snowfalls in the upper Blue Mountains are light to moderate with an average of around two settled falls per year and typically three or four days of snow flurries. Bigger and more frequent falls occur in the Oberon region and further south. Of course, other weather events will also be covered here, including significant storm and rain events.
Looking for snow? Bushwalking or just visiting? The comprehensive links to the left should help you out. And don't forget the Local Weather Guide. Be sure to view the Cold Climate Information link, if you want to learn about snow forecasting, storm forecasting and cold climate weather in general. Visit the Photos-Videos link for the latest images and videos.