With the arrival of the sunny 28 degree high temperature last Sunday, this year's Victorian ski season has officially ended last weekend.
However, weather forecasts show that there will be another snowfall in Victoria's alpine regions.
Dean Stewart, a senior forecaster for the Bureau of Meteorology, said the warm air from the west is expected to end this Tuesday afternoon, followed by rain and sudden cold air.
This cold air from the southwest is expected to bring 15 mm of rainfall to parts of Melbourne.
The low temperature at night is expected to bring snow to areas above 1200 meters above sea level in the high mountains of Victoria.
Data from this Monday afternoon shows that there is still snow in Falls Creek and Hotham, with depths of 35 mm and 17 mm, respectively, but only artificial snow is left on the lower peaks.
This Monday, the highest temperature in Melbourne will be 23 degrees and this Tuesday will be 22 degrees.
Stewart reminds Melbourne residents to prepare thick clothes before the cold air returns. The highest temperature will drop to 17 degrees this Wednesday.
"It is expected that there will be strong winds, although not as strong as last weekend, but as the cold air approaches, the wind will become stronger and stronger," he said.
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