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Families make most of Sundays snowfall across the region

Families make most of Sundays snowfall across the region

  • Mia, Stewart and Ella Brayshaw built a snowman. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow15

  • Lucy and Elsie Maric-Grinter compared snowballs at Pinnacle. Photo: DEE MARIC

    Lucy and Elsie Maric-Grinter compared snowballs at Pinnacle. Photo: DEE MARIC

  • Nirajan Tamrakar, Gianna Tamrakar, Sajina Tamrakar, Sanju Maharjan and Manish Tamrakar. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow12

    Nirajan Tamrakar, Gianna Tamrakar, Sajina Tamrakar, Sanju Maharjan and Manish Tamrakar. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow12

  • Poppy O'Hara had a blast in the snow. Photo: K'LA SHERWOOD

    Poppy O'Hara had a blast in the snow. Photo: K'LA SHERWOOD

  • Bianca Wong, Tessa Wong and Sienna Wilkin. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

    Bianca Wong, Tessa Wong and Sienna Wilkin. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

  • Archie and Charlie Taylor rugged up warm for their morning outing. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow9

    Archie and Charlie Taylor rugged up warm for their morning outing. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow9

  • Luke and Grant Hinrichsen. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow11

    Luke and Grant Hinrichsen. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow11

  • Abdul Elmasri, Mahmoud Elaarag. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow10

    Abdul Elmasri, Mahmoud Elaarag. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow10

  • Court, Tully and Hunter Stewart. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow13

    Court, Tully and Hunter Stewart. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow13

  • Hayley Warren, Kael Williams, Lindsay Williams and Margaret Williams. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow7

    Hayley Warren, Kael Williams, Lindsay Williams and Margaret Williams. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow7

  • Ewan and Georgia Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow6

    Ewan and Georgia Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow6

  • Matt and Charlie Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

    Matt and Charlie Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

  • Jason, Linda, Emily, Annabelle and Jack Bremner. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

    Jason, Linda, Emily, Annabelle and Jack Bremner. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

  • Rowlee Wines' vineyard received a light dusting. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow2

    Rowlee Wines' vineyard received a light dusting. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow2

  • Penny and Bailey Greer. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow14

    Penny and Bailey Greer. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow14

  • Archer Furner made the most of the snowfalls halfway up the mountain. Photo: BRYCE FURNER

    Archer Furner made the most of the snowfalls halfway up the mountain. Photo: BRYCE FURNER

  • Kangaroos stood out against the blanket of white. Photo: TANYA GOODWIN

    Kangaroos stood out against the blanket of white. Photo: TANYA GOODWIN

  • Hamish Barnes built a snowman. Photo: ASH BARNES

    Hamish Barnes built a snowman. Photo: ASH BARNES

WINTER made a freezing return across the region on Sunday with icy temperatures bringing a blanket of snow to many areas.

Up to 10 centimetres of snow was recorded in high areas around Orange and Oberon with temperatures hovering just above zero until well after 9am for some areas.

Orange dropped to a low of 0.3 degrees on Sunday morning, Forbes was a little warmer at 2.1 degrees, Dubbo and Parkes had a minimum of 2.7 degrees, while Bathurst dropped to three, Cowra (4.1) and Mudgee (4.7).

Readers across the region shared photos of snow and white scenes, with many taking the opportunity to show their children the winter wonderland.

The rest of the week is set to remain cool across the region, with many locations to have cold mornings followed by sunny days.

This story Families make most of Sundays snowfall across the region first appeared on Central Western Daily.

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Families make most of Sundays snowfall across the region

Families make most of Sundays snowfall across the region

  • Mia, Stewart and Ella Brayshaw built a snowman. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow15

  • Lucy and Elsie Maric-Grinter compared snowballs at Pinnacle. Photo: DEE MARIC

    Lucy and Elsie Maric-Grinter compared snowballs at Pinnacle. Photo: DEE MARIC

  • Nirajan Tamrakar, Gianna Tamrakar, Sajina Tamrakar, Sanju Maharjan and Manish Tamrakar. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow12

    Nirajan Tamrakar, Gianna Tamrakar, Sajina Tamrakar, Sanju Maharjan and Manish Tamrakar. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow12

  • Poppy O'Hara had a blast in the snow. Photo: K'LA SHERWOOD

    Poppy O'Hara had a blast in the snow. Photo: K'LA SHERWOOD

  • Bianca Wong, Tessa Wong and Sienna Wilkin. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

    Bianca Wong, Tessa Wong and Sienna Wilkin. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN

  • Archie and Charlie Taylor rugged up warm for their morning outing. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow9

    Archie and Charlie Taylor rugged up warm for their morning outing. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow9

  • Luke and Grant Hinrichsen. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow11

    Luke and Grant Hinrichsen. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow11

  • Abdul Elmasri, Mahmoud Elaarag. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow10

    Abdul Elmasri, Mahmoud Elaarag. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow10

  • Court, Tully and Hunter Stewart. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow13

    Court, Tully and Hunter Stewart. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow13

  • Hayley Warren, Kael Williams, Lindsay Williams and Margaret Williams. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow7

    Hayley Warren, Kael Williams, Lindsay Williams and Margaret Williams. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow7

  • Ewan and Georgia Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow6

    Ewan and Georgia Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow6

  • Matt and Charlie Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

    Matt and Charlie Taylor. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

  • Jason, Linda, Emily, Annabelle and Jack Bremner. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

    Jason, Linda, Emily, Annabelle and Jack Bremner. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow5

  • Rowlee Wines' vineyard received a light dusting. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow2

    Rowlee Wines' vineyard received a light dusting. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow2

  • Penny and Bailey Greer. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow14

    Penny and Bailey Greer. Photo: CARLA FREEDMAN 0812cfsnow14

  • Archer Furner made the most of the snowfalls halfway up the mountain. Photo: BRYCE FURNER

    Archer Furner made the most of the snowfalls halfway up the mountain. Photo: BRYCE FURNER

  • Kangaroos stood out against the blanket of white. Photo: TANYA GOODWIN

    Kangaroos stood out against the blanket of white. Photo: TANYA GOODWIN

  • Hamish Barnes built a snowman. Photo: ASH BARNES

    Hamish Barnes built a snowman. Photo: ASH BARNES

WINTER made a freezing return across the region on Sunday with icy temperatures bringing a blanket of snow to many areas.

Up to 10 centimetres of snow was recorded in high areas around Orange and Oberon with temperatures hovering just above zero until well after 9am for some areas.

Orange dropped to a low of 0.3 degrees on Sunday morning, Forbes was a little warmer at 2.1 degrees, Dubbo and Parkes had a minimum of 2.7 degrees, while Bathurst dropped to three, Cowra (4.1) and Mudgee (4.7).

Readers across the region shared photos of snow and white scenes, with many taking the opportunity to show their children the winter wonderland.

The rest of the week is set to remain cool across the region, with many locations to have cold mornings followed by sunny days.

This story Families make most of Sundays snowfall across the region first appeared on Central Western Daily.

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