A cold and rainy day for the Riverina turned into a winter wonderland in Batlow, Laurel Hill and outside Tumbarumba as the snow piled up on Sunday morning.
Batlow residents were able to play with snow in their own backyards while areas such as Paddys River Dam were transformed overnight.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Melody Sturm said the South West Slopes could be in for more falls as cold weather raises the chance of snow below 1000 metres.
"We have a couple of fronts passing over the area during the week, one on Wednesday and one on the weekend," she said.
"The one on Wednesday could see snow fall down to 1000 meters and possibly down to 900 metres although we do more showers forecast on Thursday when the snow level is a little bit higher.
"On Wednesday we could see some snow flurries at Laurel Hill, possibly more and in other areas it could be a mix of rain and snow but it requires showers to fall," she said.
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