An extended cold snap saw areas of the Eurobodalla transformed by frosts and fogs in recent weeks, with reports of subzero temperatures.
Julie Mills reported her car temperature gauge registered minus three as she drove her other half to the Moruya airport on Saturday.
Ms Mills said it was worth braving the cold to get those spectacular dues. She supplied the Bay Post/Moruya Examiner with photos from her morning trip.
The flight itself was delayed for an hour while crew and passengers waited for the plane’s iced wings to thaw.
A spokeswoman for Regional Express said the airline did come across frozen ice on aircraft wings during cold winter mornings.
“It’s not uncommon, on inland flights” she said.
“However, it is unusual for the Moruya/Merimbula flight.”
Ms Mills’ chances of more winter wonderland images may be over. The Bureau of Meteorology’s long range forecast for the region predicts warmer temperatures during the next month, including overnight minimums, with a reduced likelihood of frosts.
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