THE Barrington Tops is predicted to receive snow flurries this weekend, with snow forecast to fall above 12oo metres.
Locations above 1200 metres should see a mix of snowflakes and rainfall, which will reach between two and four centimetres.
However, the amount of snow settling on the ground will depend on how wet the soil becomes.
If the ground is too moist, snow will melt rather than settle and the ground may become icy.
The Bureau of Meteorology is also keeping an eye on wind conditions for the Barrington area, with current winds predicted to reach up to 40 kilometres tomorrow.
A severe weather warning may be issued later today for damaging wind gusts, as stronger winds with higher speeds are expected to further develop. Read: Severe wind warning for Upper Hunter.
Travellers are reminded the Barrington Forest Road remains closed between Cobark Park and Honeysuckle picnic areas.