The Border has bucked the national rainfall trend for June.
Despite last month being the third-driest on record across the country, the twin cities received an average dumping during the first month of winter.
Australia as a whole was 54 per cent below the monthly average.
After receiving a fairly dry May, the Bureau of Meteorology reported 59.4 millimetres in Albury in June - just shy of the mean rainfall of 60.9 millimetres.
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Further into the mountains, Falls Creek had more than 164 millimetres and is expected to see a dumping of snow this weekend before the ski resort officially reopens on Monday.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Vail Resorts had to push back the start of the snow season twice.
Passes go on sale today before lifts start operating early next week.
Albury-Wodonga is forecast to receive around eight millimetres today and tomorrow before it clears up on Sunday and into next week.
Saturday night is expected to reach zero degrees.