9.30PM: The snow flurries that created a winter wonderland across most of Bathurst on Saturday are forecast to return on Sunday as the state's white weekend rolls on.
The Bureau of Meteorology is again predicting snow down to 600 metres, along with winds gusting up to 45km/h.
Bathurst can also expect up to eight millimetres of rain and possible thunderstorms in the morning and afternoon.
It comes after a day when Bathurst shivered through a chilly day with an official maximum temperature of just 5.4 degrees Celsius but apparent temperatures that refused to crack zero all day.
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11.30AM UPDATE: Snow flurries have continued falling across the Bathurst region this morning as the arctic conditions wreak havoc outside of the city.
All roads in the Oberon local government area have been closed by heavy snow and Oberon Council is continuing to monitor the situation.
Updates can be found on the Oberon Council website.
Snow and ice have also impacted traffic on the Great Western Highway at Meadow Flat, east of Bathurst, but the road remains open.
There are alpine conditions on the Mitchell Highway between Bathurst and Orange, and at Kings Plans on the Mid Western Highway between Bathurst and Blayney.
Motorists are warned to take extreme caution. Live traffic updates available here.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, the temperature in Bathurst is currently 2.1 degrees Celsius with an apparent temperature of -4.9.
More snow is forecast for the remainder of today and tomorrow.
9AM UPDATE: The CBD and suburbs of Bathurst are seeing their best snowfalls in the past four years as wintry conditions sweep the region.
There have been good falls on the top of Mount Panorama where some of the snow has settled with heavy flurries also reported in suburbs including Robin Hill and Llanarth.
There has also been snow in the Bathurst CBD this morning.
EARLIER: The first photos of overnight snow are coming through following good falls to the south, east and west of Bathurst.
Snowfall is impacting traffic on both the Mitchell Highway between Bathurst and Orange and the Great Western Highway near Katoomba, but both roads remain open at this stage.
Motorists are urged to take caution and drive to the conditions.
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There has been no snow in the centre of Bathurst at this stage but the Bureau of Meteorology's forecast of falls down to 600 metres puts the city in the white zone.
Bathurst can expect maximum temperatures of just seven degrees Celsius both Saturday and Sunday, with up to 10 millimetres of rain each day.
There is currently drizzling rain across the region.
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