If you have any photos of the snow, we would love to add them to our online photo gallery. Please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org Mother nature unleashed a winter wonderland across the Illawarra and beyond Friday morning, with snow forecast in Thirroul above 600 meters – potentially hitting the escarpment, while roads in Moss Vale and Berrima were at a stand still due to thick snow and ice. The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast snow throughout the day at Bowral and Mittagong, though said it was expected to ease in the evening, with no more snow predicted for the rest of the week. ‘‘The system that’s causing it, the low that’s sitting off the Illawarra coast, will move east. By tonight there will be no further snow falls outside of the ranges,’’ a BOM spokesperson told AAP. Authorities have advised motorists in the south and west of NSW to delay all non-essential travel, with the Hume Highway closed at Berrima. A severe weather warning has been issued for damaging winds up to 90 km/h and surf conditions across Friday. The State Emergency Service has advised residents to park vehicles under cover or away from trees, steer clear of fallen power lines, and stay away from flood waters. In case of emergency contact the SES on 132 500, or police or ambulance on 000.