Bathurst could receive up to 10 millimetres of rain across the next few days, if forecast from Weatherzone comes to fruition.
There's a chance of anywhere between 1-5 millimetres of rain on Wednesday and Thursday, while there's a similar chance for the same amount of rain of Sunday.
Every drop of rain would help play its part to fill Ben Chifley Dam and help lift Bathurst and a majority of NSW out of a drought that has affected the state for several years now.
The dam currently sits at 34.4 per cent as of May 12, the second consecutive week that the dam level had risen.
They may also be a faint chance of snow at one of the region's higher peaks, with the Bureau of Meteorology's MetEye showing just one spot near the Jenolan Caves where it may snow.
This snow is likely to fall around 10pm on Thursday night, with falls likely to clear up quickly afterwards.