SNOW is expected to fall on the Barrington Tops this week, with most snow arriving on Wednesday and Thursday.
Tomorrow, a westerly cold front will make its way through the area, with Scone expected to receive at least 6.4 millimetres of rainfall.
On Wednesday, the developing cold font will join with an Artic blast, creating extremely cold upper atmosphere air and snowfall throughout the Northern Tablelands.
Wednesday’s lowest snow level is expected to be at 900 metres, with noticeable white on the ground and around ten centimetres of snow at the Barrington Tops.
Scone will receive a further ten millimetres of rain on Wednesday, with possible thunderstorms throughout the day and a significant drop in temperatures.
Rain will continue on Thursday, with snow levels to increase to 1000 metres and around 12 centimetres of snowfall.
Snow will begin to dissipate on Friday, as temperatures start to increase again towards the weekend, with tops of 18 degrees in Scone on Sunday.
Glenbawn Dam is currently sitting at 57.4 percent capacity, a 0.1 percent increase since last week.
A maximum temperature of 20 today in Scone.
Predicted temperatures in Scone:
- Tuesday: 6-20
- Wednesday: 5-13
- Thursday: 3-11
- Friday: 4-15
- Saturday: 3-17
- Sunday: 3-18