Snow falls on Bluff Knoll

The Bureau of Meteorology confirmed a light dusting of snow fell on Bluff Knoll, the highest peak of the Stirling Ranges, overnight.
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BOM Meteorologist John Grimes said the fall, caused by a cold front moving through the area, was not heavy.

“We usually get snow on Bluff Knoll about once or twice a year during winter,” he said.

“This is one of the lighter falls we’ve had but there was a light dusting over the rocks and trees.

“There was a lot of cold air in the system that was moving through overnight, and with Bluff Knoll being the highest peak, snow was the result.” Follow WAtoday on Twitter

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