Issued 12th July 2019. Snow is likely on the Central Tablelands of NSW for most of tomorrow (Saturday).

A very cold polar airmass will move North from Victoria tonight and across the South East quarter of NSW during Saturday. Minimum temperatures of zero are forecast across the CTs early Saturday morning with early showers expected. These showers will fall as snow above 1000 meters ASL and possibly as low as 750 meters bringing Bathurst into contention for possible snow. Orange, Oberon, Crookwell, Blayney, Jenolan Caves and Binda should all expected to see snow tomorrow with 2-5cms of coverage on the cards.

Once it starts in the morning snow showers should continue on the higher elevations all day due to lingering cold air and precipitation.

Top temps of only 4-9C are forecast but with a 60kmhr wind chill factored in the feels like will be sub zero all day. Further south the ACT ranges will also see snow above 800 meters. NO SNOW is forecast on the Northern Tablelands of NSW this time round due to dry air.

It will be also be very cold across VIC, ACT, TAS and NSW forecast blog here >
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