Locals and visitors alike were delighted when snow began to fall in Batlow and Laurel Hill on Saturday.
Wagga also felt the chill, with a cold-front moving across the state causing below average temperatures in the region.
"It brought some cool conditions and also some cooler air in the upper atmosphere," David Wilkie from the Bureau of Meteorology explained, the weather providing the perfect conditions for snow.
Conditions are expected to ease slightly until Tuesday when the next cool-front hits, making widespread rain a possibility as well as thunderstorms and hail.
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Snow is also forecast for Tuesday at 900m in the high country, meaning there is a small possibility it will fall in Batlow and Laurel Hill a second time.
The next cold morning is expected to fall on Thursday, and there is a slight chance of snow in and around Batlow next weekend as well.
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