The weather bureau says winter is ending in the New South Wales south east with a flurry of snow showers.
Falls are expected on the coastal rangers later today.
Forecaster Nick Bright says a weather front is moving through the region is bringing cold temperatures with Merimbula on the far south coast recording minus one degree this morning.
But he says the falls will be patchy.
â??Those showers will fall as snow showers down to 700m at times so places like Cooma, Bombala and the area around Brown Mountain might see some snow during today,â?? Mr Bright said.
â??It is a bit hit and miss.
â??They're going to be showers but there won't be much in it but the possibility of some snow when it does fall.â??
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17:01 EST Sydney's offshore Sea Surface Temperatures (SST's) have remained above 21 degrees for the last four days.