Scarves, beanies and coats came out in force this morning, as residents of the Southern Highlands and Southern Tablelands awoke to a cold snap.
In the Highlands, Bowral reached a low of 2.4 degrees celsius at 6:05am.
By 9:40am the temperature was 5.8 degrees with west south-westerly winds blowing at speeds of 41 km/h.
The wind was expected to hang around and the temperature to reach 9 degrees with a 30 per cent chance of rain after 10pm.
Goulburn dropped to a low of of 1.9 degrees and had hit 5.1 degrees by 9:40am.
Winds were blowing at 35km/h in a west north-westerly direction.
The day was expected to reach 9 degrees with a 40 per cent chance of rain after 10pm.
The areas around Crookwell received a dusting of snow overnight to areas above 700 metres.
A maximum temperature of 7 degrees was predicted with a 60 per cent chance of rain between 7pm and 10pm.
In Yass, temperatures dropped to 2.4 degrees at 4:33am and reached 8.3 degrees at 10:40am.
There was a 70 per cent chance of rain between 7pm on Friday and 1am on Saturday.
It waas predicted to reach a maximum of 11 degrees.