Parts of the ACT received almost 10 centimetres of snow during the wild weather seen on the weekend.
But while the cold conditions are expected to continue into the rest of the week, flurries of white won't be making an appearance, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
In the 24 hours from 9am on Saturday, Mount Ginini received 7.8 centimetres of snow, as a severe weather system driven by Antarctic winds swept across the ACT.
Meteorologist from the bureau, Shuang Wang, said around 4 centimetres of precipitation fell across the ACT from Friday until Sunday, with some of it being snow.
"Most of the snow fell from the Friday night to Saturday morning," Ms Wang said.
"Not all of the precipitation that fell during that time was snow, as it was mostly just showers."
Elevated areas around the ACT received a dusting of snow on Saturday, with parts of Mount Ainslie and Black Mountain seeing falls.
Snow was even seen at Manuka Oval on Friday during the clash between the Hawks and Giants, the first time snow had been seen during an AFL match.
Similar flurries were seen around suburban parts of the ACT on Friday night to the delight of many.
Those heading to the snow over last weekend received bumper conditions, with more than 108 centimetres falling at Perisher since Wednesday, 50 centimetres falling on Thursday alone.
Snow was also seen north of Canberra in parts of Goulburn, which received more than 13 centimetres of precipitation since Thursday, but not all of it was snow, Ms Wang said.
Despite snow being seen in Canberra for the first time in several years, Ms Wang said it won't be making a return in the coming week.
"For Canberra over the next few days, we'll most likely will be seeing morning frost, followed by partly cloudy and mostly sunny days," Ms Wang said.
"There'll be no snow, even next week in the cold temperatures."
Ms Wang said the cold front that had driven the snow and icy wind gusts had moved away and replaced by a new weather system.
"That cold front has headed east, and there's now a high-pressure system building over the area," she said.
The bureau says weather conditions should be more settled throughout the week, as the system moves across the ACT.
Temperatures on Monday reached as low as minus 1, just after 7am, after a frosty start to the day, with the mercury set to rise to 14 degrees with some light westerly winds.
Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to get colder, getting down to minus 3 on both days.