Tonight there will be 110 people in Wagga who will be forced to sleep rough.
That is according to statistics compiled so far this year by the local branch of St Vincent de Paul.
But with the drop in temperature comes a rise in problems for the homeless population.
With more seeking shelter from the cold, the city's short-term accommodation centres are reaching their capacity.
Providing support to women in crisis, the Sisters Housing Enterprise (SHE) has been nearing its capacity for several months.
A long-term staff member, who requested anonymity, revealed the turn-over of rooms has to be rapid. As one readies to move out, another readies to move in.
"I could have a multi-storey building and I'm sure I'd still fill it," said the staff member.
It follows the release of national statistics that reveal up to one in every eight Australians currently lives in poverty.
Additionally, one in four are suffering loneliness, which St Vincent de Paul Society region president Warwick Fulton explains, is often a linked experienced.
"For so many Australians, poverty and loneliness go hand-in-hand," he said.
"Poverty often leads to social isolation and a sense of being disconnected or forgotten."
Last year, the charity over $2 million worth of assistance to vulnerable people across the region.
But, the city's support workers at places like SHE describe the situation as masking only a "drop in a vast, unending ocean".
The national research also suggest the feeling of loneliness can increase a person's susceptibility to the cold. Put simply, when you feel lonely, you're more likely to feel the cold.
Nationally, the has been a rise in the amount of middle-aged women who have found themselves homeless following the death of a partner.
But in the Riverina, research by Anglicare reveals, it is still youth and young people who are at the greatest risk of ending up on the streets.
But the battle is still largely uphill with fewer resources than is required to address the many needs.
While up to 700 vulnerable people made contact with the charity's homelessness services last year, only 24 young people can be helped at any one time.