Parts of the Southern Tablelands received an unexpected dusting of snow overnight, as a freak storm hit the area.
Several centimetres of snow fell across the Goulburn area, catching many residents off guard as they woke up on Tuesday morning.
Photos posted on social media show cars and backyards being covered in snow.
While Goulburn did not get below zero last night, strong winds and heavy rain made the apparent temperature feel as low as minus 4.6.
The Goulburn SES has said conditions has forced the closure of roads between Crookwell and Goulburn.
Kath Campbell, who lives at Wayo, west of Goulburn, said it was raining when she went to bed, but she woke to find snow falling from about 1.30am.
Ms Campbell said snow had not fallen on her property this early in the season previously.
"[We] usually see a small fall a few times in winter, but not this early," she said.
"We have a major fall, like 3 to 4 inches, every three years."
The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast for a windy day in Goulburn, with a high chance of rain and a top of 9 degrees.
Meanwhile, other parts of NSW also received a snow dump overnight, including parts of the Yass Valley and the Blue Mountains.
G’day Yass Valley, There has been reports of Snow falling!! In Goulburn and surrounding areas ❄️ are you getting it at your part of the woods? Let us know by Take some happy snaps and share it with us #YassValley@YassTribune@935eaglefm@GoulburnPostpic.twitter.com/mQvzKWvxtA— Yass Valley Community (@YassValleyhub) June 3, 2019
The snow falls come just days before the official start of the ski season in the Snowy Mountains.
More than 75 centimetres of snow fell last week at Perisher, forcing the ski resort to open one week earlier than the traditional start to the season over the June long weekend.
No snowfalls have been forecast, but strong winds and rain have been forecast.
The capital is expected to reach a top of 11, with winds reaching up to 45km/h, with the apparent temperature dropping to minus 4.
The bureau has issued a sever weather warning for parts of the south coast and areas near Goulburn, with destructive winds reaching up to 90km/h.
Parts of Ulladulla recorded gusts of 130km/h.