Snow has fallen throughout the region, but it looks like Canberra has been left with little but rain this morning.
Snow has been falling down to about 950 metres, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Meteorologist Sean Carson said the Bureau had received reports of snow around the Tinderrys and the Brindabellas, but were yet to hear of anything in the capital.
“Certainly it didn’t get anywhere near Canberra,” he said.
“It’s about 3 degrees too warm.”
Mr Carson said the snow, caused by a fast moving cold front moving up from the south, was unlikely to return to the capital region in the coming days.
“It’s warming up at the moment,” he said.
“There’s a chance [of snow] in the ACT up until November, but there’s nothing coming our way anytime soon.”
Meanwhile, the ski resorts have reported good falls in the lead up to the weekend.
Thredbo Resort claimed up to 50 centimetres of fresh snow fell between Saturday and Tuesday, with cold temperatures and clear skies creating some of the best conditions of the season so far.
The snow is expected to continue falling down to 950m until 8am, while showers throughout Canberra should clear by lunchtime.
The capital is expected to reach a top of 11 degrees today, before jumping to maximums of 16 degrees over the weekend.