Parts of the ACT are set to see snow over the weekend, with the potential for Mount Ainslie and Black Mountain to also get a light dusting.
The snow is likely to hit the Brindabellas and ranges to the west and south of Canberra late on Sunday night and through until early Monday morning, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
Falls are expected to be seen above 800 metres on Sunday.
While snow in the centre of Canberra is unlikely, meteorologist at the bureau, Gabrielle Woodhouse, said there was the potential for elevated parts around Canberra to see some falls.
"The snow is going to be more likely around the west," Ms Woodhouse said.
"For the hills around Canberra, we can't rule out seeing a dusting of snow, but it's much more likely over the ranges to the west rather than Canberra city and the hills in Canberra suburbs."
The snow forecast has been driven by a cold front that had developed over the Southern Ocean, Ms Woodhouse said, bringing with it cold conditions across the south-east of the country.
"Sunday will be warmer and then Monday will be significantly colder because of the cold front that's passing through," Ms Woodhouse said.
This weekend's snowfall is set to bring between 10 and 20 centimetres to Corin Forest.
Managing director at Corin Forest, Dane Liepins, said bumper crowds were expected over the next few days.
"The falls will be significant," Mr Liepins said.
"Any snowfall always brings large crowds . This weekend, we're fully booked."
While snow is forecast for the ACT on the weekend and heading into Monday, the bureau says its unlikely the falls would be larger or as extensive as the snow seen in Canberra earlier this month.
That weather system saw falls throughout parts of suburban Canberra, even falling during an AFL match between the Giants and Hawks at Manuka Oval, the first time snow has fallen during an AFL clash.
While temperatures during the day are expected to reach into the mid-teens and potentially above 20 degrees on Sunday, the mercury is set to plummet by Monday.
The bureau has forecast Saturday to be sunny with a top of 16 after an overnight low of minus 2.
"On Sunday, we're looking at a maximum temperature in the high teens or even 20 degrees, and we'll be having winds from the north and north-west during the day to keep the temperature warm," Ms Woodhouse said.
"But by Monday, the maximum temperature will have halved."
With the snow forecast for Monday, the weather is expected to see showers in the morning.
The temperature is set to reach just 8 degrees in the day, after a low overnight of minus 2.