Update Sunday 11am
The SES has reported no overnight call-outs in the region.
While Goulburn didn't receive any more snow overnight, it has continued at Taralga and Crookwell this morning.
Southeastern zone on-call officer Allanah Mondon said falls stopped temporarily overnight but started again this morning before halting again. The town has received about 5cm today but outlying areas most likely registered more.
"The sun is out," she said at 10.30am Sunday.
The Goulburn to Crookwell Road has remained open. No other roads have been closed.
Taralga has also received reasonably heavy falls this morning.
Update Saturday 2.30pm
The Southeastern zone SES has reported few emergency call-outs around Goulburn and Crookwell during overnight and today's snowfall.
Nevertheless, on-call officer, Allanah Mondon said the service was very prepared.
The Emergency Management Committee, comprising Upper Lachlan Shire Council, the SES, Police and fire authorities, met in Crookwell this morning.
Crookwell Hospital has also had input.
"The hospital has a snow plan in place and has brought in a locum doctor just in case," she said.
"In 2015 (during heavy snow), the hospital was unable to evacuate a patient to Goulburn because the road was cut but we have that covered this time."
A helipad in town can be used to airlift patients if necessary.
Upper Lachlan Council also has large equipment at the ready if needed to clear snow.
Mrs Mondon said while it didn't look like any of this would be needed, it was a very good exercise to go through.
Some 8cm of snow fell earlier in Crookwell itself but had all but melted.
"It was a really festive air," she said.
"People were throwing snowballs at each other on the soccer fields and near Paul's Cafe, someone built a snowman with a cap on it."
More snow is expected on Sunday.
The Big Merino carried a dusting of snow on his back, while out in the district, his live counterparts shivered in paddocks.
Goulburn awoke on Saturday to a winter wonderland, the second snow fall in three months.
The falls started in the early morning and were heaviest in the district. Crookwell has received less than an inch of snow but in Goulburn, light rain and sun has all but melted the early morning offering. Taralga has also received decent drops.
At Run-O-Waters, resident Deidre Brooks was happily out walking, delighting in the white stuff. Rugged up in 'a heavy-duty' jacket she was off to see her neighbour, Glenda Conliffe, for an early morning cuppa.
"It's the largest fall I've seen in about 17 years," Mrs Conliffe said.
She was one of the original Run-O-Waters residents. Originally from Mudgee, Mrs Conliffe said she never experienced snow there.
Out in her paddock, Welsh pony, Indigo, was not deterred by the cold and came galloping at his owner's tantalising carrot offer.
In related news
A truck driver on the Hume Highway had a less pleasant experience of weather conditions. Police said his northbound truck rolled at 4am, some 5km south of the Federal Highway turnoff, south of Goulburn.
The male driver was not injured and traffic was not impeded. The vehicle rolled in the median area.
A salvage operation ensued.
At 4.30am, a sedan careered off the Federal Highway into a ditch, 7km from Goulburn. The driver was not injured.
Police have advised extra caution on the road. Officers said there had been several minor crashes south of Goulburn on the highways.
No roads have been closed as a result of the snow.
The State Emergency Service has extra crews on standby to respond to call-outs.
Goulburn unit commander Darryl Skinner said it had been quiet overnight. However crews did attend four jobs yesterday, including a roof repair at Marys Mount. Trees had also fallen in backyards, including one at Jacqua Avenue.
The SES is meeting at Crookwell this morning to coordinate strategies and an emergency response as a matter of course.
On-call officer Allanah Mondon said this would bring together Upper Lachlan Council, Crookwell Hospital and aged care facilities.
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