A sheep graziers warning has been issued for parts of the Central West with snow predicted to fall in the region.
The warning was issued just before 4pm on Sunday, with graziers warned cold temperatures, showers and a strong south-westerly could result in a loss of stock.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicted a top of eight degrees for Orange on Monday, with a high chance of showers expected to fall as snow in the morning.
Snow is expected to fall above 1100 metres.
Mount Canobolas' elevation falls just short of 1400m.
The cold snap across Orange last weekend will be followed by a largely mild week, with temperatures hovering around the 15 degrees Celcius mark from Tuesday onward.
Friday's predicted top temperature is 19 degrees.
There is a slight chance of rain on both Friday and Saturday, too, which would provide decent follow-up rainfall after the city received 11.6 millimetres of rain on Saturday.
The wild weather lashing our region follows extreme weather conditions across NSW, with a bushfire at Lidsdale, near Lithgow, on Friday.
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