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Watch as the snow falls around NSW, ACT, Victoria during COVID-19 lockdowns in July 2021

It's certainly been a wintering week all over the nation.

Fresh snow fall is hitting all the major peaks, even if the continuing COVID-19 restrictions are keeping snow resorts quiet this year.

The Bureau of Meterology is predicting fresh powder will on anything above 750-1000 metres, depending on the location.

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In NSW and Victoria, Thredbo and Falls Creek are seeing 25-50cm. In Tasmania, 1-10 cm will fall around Ben Lomond and Mount Mawson.

Even parts of Canberra saw snow fall, although the temperatures were not cold enough to keep it on the ground.

COLD PAWS: Lexie the pooch enjoys a play in the snow at Batlow, NSW. Picture Stephanie Rohloff

COLD PAWS: Lexie the pooch enjoys a play in the snow at Batlow, NSW. Picture Stephanie Rohloff

In the Snowy Valleys and Snowy Mountains areas of NSW, sporting teams faced the difficult decision on whether to call time on outdoor sports as snow storms set in.

Jindabyne Rugby League Club pushed through the pelting ice to continue training on Monday night just to prove their commitment.

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Meanwhile, South Australia is bracing for cold winds and wild weather this weekend.

It's due to a low pressure system that is moving in from the Tasman Sea.

And it's likely the icy conditions are going to stick around a little longer.

This story If you can't get to the snow, watch the snow come to you first appeared on Newcastle Herald.

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