While families shivered on the sidelines at junior sport on Saturday and Sunday as the wind cut through jumpers, there could be worse to come in the middle of this week.
The Bureau of Meteorology's seven-day forecast is predicting more snow across the Central Tablelands next Saturday, June 22 as another cold front hits the region late next week.
The chilly conditions are also forecast to bring the coldest mornings of the year so far with a minimum of -3 degrees Celsius forecast for Thursday morning and -1 on Friday.
Maximum temperatures are expected to be 11 degrees on Monday and Tuesday, but after that the daily highs will be below double figures.
There's no rain forecast for the week after just shy of 10 millimetres fell across the city on Sunday.
Two showers hit Orange on Sunday, one around 6pm and another at about 10pm, but website weatherzone.com said no more rain was expected for the rest of the week, with frost and sun expected from Monday until Sunday.
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