NSW is sprinkled with snow, wild surf continues
Parts of the central and southern plateaus and the Snowy Mountains recorded temperatures near and below freezing overnight. Cooma fell to 0.4 degrees as of 9am on Sunday, while Goulburn recorded a low of 1 degree and temperatures in Marrangaroo, near Lithgow, fell to 3 degrees below Celsius.
Sydney peaked at 17 degrees on Sunday as temperatures dropped between four and eight degrees below the May average, with windy conditions making it feel even cooler.
Camden experienced the lowest temperatures in Greater Sydney, falling to 4.2 degrees, while Richmond recorded a low of 4.3 degrees and Penrith fell to 6.8 degrees. Temperatures stayed around 12 degrees in Sydney Harbour.
The bureau is warning of cold temperatures, rain and persistent winds set to continue across the state through Monday, before gradually easing next weekend when Sydney is expected to hit a high of 23 degrees on Saturday.
A cold start to May has shocked Sydneysiders after the city broke a 100-year-old record for consecutive days not falling below 20 degrees in April.
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