Mount Selwyn near Tumut has registered an enormous helping of snow, with 17cm falling overnight.
Combined with another 5cm of man-made snow, the mountain's frost now has a depth of 35cm overall.
Snow has hit everything above 1300 metres, and is soon to eclipse the 1100 metres mark, with a chance of blizzards hitting the alpine peaks.
In Batlow, the remainder of the weekend is set to delivery rainfall of up to 20mm.
With temperatures reaching 7-degrees by the early afternoon, some may turn to ice but little snow is expected.
Moving further north, in Wagga a frosty morning across the region has developed following a night of temperatures barely above freezing.
Sunday is expected to be the week's coldest day, reaching around 11-degrees by midday, with significant wind chill and showers.
The rest of the week will centre around the low teens, raising as high as 14-degrees by Friday.
Sunday's rainfall is not expected to reach above one millimetre in the centre of town, with double that expected on Wednesday.
Fog and cloud will keep a covering over the sky for majority of the week, only lifting into next weekend.