There have been reports around the Bega Valley Shire and beyond of heavy snowfall over the past 24 hours.
Bombala and Nimmitabel received snowfall that was heavy enough to settle on the ground and for a significant dusting to occur.
Snow on the roads and pathways was heavy enough to also disrupt cars and pedestrians.
Yesterday afternoon Wednesday, June 9, from around 3pm and overnight there were also a number of reports of snow fall on Brown Mountain on the way into the Bega Valley, with some vehicles unable to travel between Cooma and Nimmitabel.
Around 8.40am this morning, Thursday, June 10, 210mm of snow was recorded at Nimmitabel. With reports at 11am that snow continues to fall and a snow plough has been deployed to try to keep roads accessible.
In Bombala there continues to be a possibility of falling snow throughout today at altitudes above 900m and tomorrow at above 1200m.
Bega recorded one of it's lowest daytime temperatures for June on Tuesday, June 9, with a max temperature of only 9.4 degrees whilst snow fell in drifts along Brown Mountain
The weather forecast for the South Coast today is partly cloudy with a very high chance of showers and the chance of a thunderstorm, most likely from late this morning.
There is a deep pressure system with multiple centres over the southeast of Australia that is bringing cold air from the Southern Ocean into NSW. It will linger for a number of days before heading east on the weekend.
The low pressure system also saw a large waterspout form off the south coast today with sighting of it between Tura and Tathra.
Along the coast, light winds of 15 to 25 km/h will occur in the middle of the day and daytime maximum temperatures will range between 9 and 14 degrees.
Small hail is possible in the region today, with reports coming in that hail has already fallen this morning in Jellat Jellat.
The high in Bega will be a 14 degrees. As of 11am it was 8.4 degrees. There is also a 90% chance of rain , with around 20-40mm predicted.
Overnight temperatures will fall to between 5 and 9 and tomorrow's daytime temperatures will reach between 11 and 16 degrees.
Tomorrow along the South Coast it will be cloudy with a near 100% chance of showers, most likely in the morning and afternoon. There's chances of afternoon thunderstorms as well.
Over the weekend a weak ridge of high pressure is expected to develop over the region, promoting a return to mostly fine and much warmer weather until the middle of next week.