Residents of Tumut have awoken to an unexpected dusting of fresh snow this morning.
The centre of the township received one centimetre of covering, while the higher points saw more than double that.
The winter wonderland is not expected to remain in place for too long, with much of it already melting away.
The mercury had just risen to six degrees at 10am on Saturday.
Jack Frost may revisit the town overnight, with Sunday expected to begin at -1 degrees, which a chance of showers towards the later afternoon.
It is not expected to get above 10 degrees until Monday afternoon.
At Mount Selwyn, up to 20 centimetres of fresh snow fell over night.
It is expected to stay at around -5.4 degrees on the mountain today, with a light breeze tending south at six kilometres per hour.
Meanwhile, closer to home, Wagga is struggling through its second consecutive day of below average temperatures.
Intermittent rain is expected across the weekend, with temperatures to remain below 10 degrees until mid-morning Monday.
Friday's high winds have subsided, and thankfully the local SES branch received no call-outs during the storms of the past few days.