Pictures relating to Mount Boyce Weather Station, NSW

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Bonzle users have contributed 2 pictures of Mount Boyce Weather Station covering the years from 2012 to 2013:

Picture of / about 'Mount Boyce Weather Station' New South Wales - Snow at Mount Boyce Lookout1 - Snow at Mount Boyce Lookout (Contributed by: Steve777  73 pictures  )
Snow at Mount Boyce, near Blackheath and a couple of hundred meters North of the Weather Station, in the Blue Mountains of NSW. The picture taken around 9:30 am following overnight snow. The temperature at the time was about 3 degrees (37 deg F), after staying between -2 and zero degrees for most of the night (28 to 32). This view is looking SW towards the Great Dividing Range. Snow is visible on the distant hills. The location is about 1,080 meters above sea level while the distant hills are over 1,200 metres in places.

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Picture of / about 'Mount Boyce Weather Station' New South Wales - Mount Boyce Weather Station2 - Mount Boyce Weather Station (Contributed by: Steve777  73 pictures  )
Mount Boyce Automated Weather Station (AWS) is about 1,080 metres (3,540 feet) above sea level, with about 12 metres of thick scrub between it and the busy Great Western Highway. It is about 600 metres from the edge of cliffs and steep slopes that drop about over 200 metres into the Megalong Valley to the South and West. It is quite exposed to the West and South West and somewhat sheltered to the East.

Mount Boyce is about 110 km West of Sydney (90 km as the crow flies), but has a very different climate because of its elevation and distance from the sea. On average, it is about six degrees Celsius (10.8 F) cooler than nearby locations close to sea level in Western Sydney. On some Summer days it can be hotter than Sydney because it is out of reach of sea breezes. However, being on the Eastern side of the Great Dividing Range, the climate is subject to coastal influences. Southerly and South Easterly changes reach here, bringing cloud, fog and drizzle. On such days, even in Summer, it can be quite cool.

In Winter, it is exposed to cold changes from the South West and can be 10 degrees or more cooler than the Coastal Plain, with occasional snowfalls.

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