While Wagga is whipped by a vicious chill factor, those higher up are enjoying the spoils of a snow-producing cold front that's sweeping across the state.
Snow began to fall in Laurel Hill and Batlow on Saturday leaving residents and visitors delighted.
A Bureau of Meteorology spokesperson Jordan Notara said a cold front associated with a low-pressure system west of Tasmania is moving across the state.
"What's come with those winds is moist cold air, which has allowed snow to fall to lower elevation," he said.
"At 750 metres at Batlow is where we will see snowfall today.
"As we head into the later part of today and tomorrow, we will see snowfall at higher elevations such as Laurel Hill."
Drivers should exercise caution while travelling in the area.
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Sheep graziers were warned that cold temperatures, showers and strong westerly winds are expected during the day.
The areas likely to be affected included the South West Slopes, Riverina, and Snowy Mountains, with a risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions.