Snow is forecast to fall on Saturday morning in Tumbarumba, with the Bureau of Meteorology predicting above 600 metres.
A cold front passed through southern parts of the region yesterday, which brought strong and potentially damaging winds.
The second and stronger cold front is expected to sweep across the state between Friday and Saturday.
The combination of snow and strong winds will mean blizzard conditions that will impact driving conditions.
Motorists are advised to follow NSW Transport's safe-driving tips on icy roads:
- Obey speed advisory signs and drive to the conditions.
- Slow down and watch for ice on roads, especially in shaded or low lying areas.
- Drive with your headlights on low beam. You should only use your fog lights if driving in fog, mist, or other atmospheric conditions that restrict your visibility.
- Watch for wildlife warning signs - many road accidents in snow and ice affected areas involve native animals crossing roads, particularly at night.
- Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front. Braking in icy or wet conditions should be gentle to avoid skidding and losing control. Brake early and accelerate slowly.