Snow fell in the Barrington Tops and further north in Nundle yesterday, Wednesday, June 9 as temperatures dropped to icy levels.
Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist, Hugh McDowell said rain gauges around the Barrington Tops had recorded between 1-2mm of rain during the day, which would have created "just enough snow to turn the ground white".
Stronger snowfalls are expected today, Thursday, June 10 Mr McDowell said, with 3-9cm set to fall at the Tops.
Hailey Leisinger from Gloucester also managed to snap some photos of the snow while travelling from Nowendoc to Nundle.
The Barrington Tops is not expected to be as busy for snow chasers this year, with the main access road still cut off after floods in March.
Forestry Corporation of NSW has advised drivers against using the alternate access via Scone due to the quality of the road.