The cold snap continues as a low pressure system develops about the South Coast, bringing with it a frosty morning.
Overnight temperatures reached as low as 1.9 degrees in Nowra, 4.4 degrees in Ulladulla and 3.1 degrees in Moruya.
At 9.10am in Nowra, Weatherzone's gauge recorded a brisk 6.6 degrees but felt like 3.6 degrees because of a relative humidity of 73 per cent and slight wind gusts.
In Ulladulla it was a touch higher at 9.8 degrees but felt like 6.9 degrees with wind gusts reaching 11 km/h and a relative humidity of 73 per cent.
Moruya recorded 6.8 degrees but with a 9km/h west south westerly wind, it felt more like 4 degrees.
A strong wind warning is still in place for the Batemans Bay and Eden coastline and will carry into Friday.
Nowra, Ulladulla and Moruya's weather forecast for Thursday anticipated a cloudy day with very high chance of showers, most likely from late this morning. A Thunderstorm could develop in Ulladulla and Moruya.
Small hail could be possible in the region and daytime maximum temperatures are expected to be between 9 and 14.
In the alpine region, snow is blanketing the mountains thanks to a broad low pressure system and very cold air. Gusty south-easterly winds and light snowfalls are expected to deliver widespread falls of 20-40cm.