Snow will continue to falls in the alpine region across this week, while the temperature in Albury-Wodonga is predicted to dip below zero for a frosty Friday morning.
After a chilly Monday, where the Border reached just 10.7 degrees, the Bureau of Meteorology have predicted daytime temperatures will increase across Wednesday and Thursday, with temperatures between seven and 15 degrees expected.
But the cold weather will return on Friday, with temperatures expected to drop to a low of minus two degrees.
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The bureau predicts snow will continue to fall in alpine region, with snow showers and wind expected across Wednesday and Thursday at Falls Creek and Mt Hotham.
No snow is forecast to fall at either resort on Friday, despite the bureau predicting Falls Creek will reach a minimum temperature of minus seven degrees and Mount Hotham's temperature will drop to minus eight.
The month's second cold snap saw both resorts receive between 15 and 20 cm on Sunday.
Falls Creek's Nathan Fenton said there was currently an average natural snow base of 147cm across the resort, "which bodes extremely well for great conditions through the end of winter and well into spring."