A strong wintry blast saw roads close and snow settle on alpine towns across the weekend.
Temperatures dropped to -7.2 in Falls Creek on Sunday, but the Bureau of Meteorology said the temperature felt like -12.5 at one point.
Snow fell as low as 600m above sea level, with parts of Beechworth receiving a slight early morning dusting on Sunday which quickly melted, and Stanley turning white.
About 2.5 inches of snow fell in Stanley, with hundreds flocking to the town and surrounding region to see it transformed into a winter wonderland.
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Mt Hotham skier Drew Jolowics said the slope had received close to a metre of snow from Thursday to Sunday.
"[It] doesn't happen often, so we're stoked to see it," he said.
Falls Creek reported a snow depth of 162 cm on Sunday.
Black ice and heavy snowfall closed roads across the region, with drivers warned to avoid remain cautious on the roads.
The Great Alpine Road was closed between Harrietville and Mount Hotham after heavy snow falls heightened the risk of snow-laded trees dropping limbs or falling across the road.
While the Omeo Highway was closed between Mitta Mitta and Glen Valley.
A VicRoads spokesman said drivers who encounter snow need to drive cautiously with two hands on the wheel and steady pressure on the accelerator.
He said drivers should brake with steady pressure and avoid braking when cornering.
VicRoads said residents should be aware black ice was common in winter.
Albury State Emergency Service finished the last of 14 storm related jobs on Sunday, after wind and severe weather on Thursday and Friday brought down a number of trees, with many falling on homes.
SES's Ian Leckie reminded residents to ensure their houses were storm-ready.
Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Katarina Kovacevic said daytime temperatures were set to increase in the Albury-Wodonga region early in the week, but overnight temperatures would drop.
"We're going to see a slight shift in weather in the new week, we've had very windy, cold weather and lots of wind chill this week and overnight temperatures haven't been that cold, certainly not as cold as we often see in Albury," she said.
"In the first part of the new week, daytime temperatures will be warmer but overnight temperatures will be cooler. We're going to start to see some frosty mornings from Monday."
Ms Kovacevic said maximum temperatures in Albury-Wodonga would reach the mid to low teens across the week.
She said a shower or two could occur later in the week but no significant rainfall was expected.
In the Alpine region, Ms Kovacevic strong southerly winds are likely to drop off from Monday.
Snow-showers will continue on Monday.