Canberra received a light dusting of snow over the weekend but there's chance more is on the way with frosty conditions continuing through the week.
The nation's capital awoke to snow flurries on Saturday morning with reports coming from residents in the inner north and northern suburbs.
While the conditions meant the snow didn't settle in the city, the dusting in the suburbs was an exciting sight for many.
Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster David Wilke said there was a chance the snow could return again early in the week but it was hard to say with certainty this far out.
"We still have quite a decent cold air mass over the region ... but the next of chance snow at a lower level really happens midweek," Mr Wilke said.
"There's a chance that we could get some light snow in the same way that we got with this last event on Tuesday and Wednesday.
"One to keep an eye on."
Monday morning will dip below freezing but is forecast to warm up to a top of 10 degrees.
Tuesday is expected to be another wet day with light winds and an outside chance the city will again see snow flurries.
"As we head into Tuesday and Wednesday, that's when we start to see showers picking up," Mr Wilke said.
"There's certainly a good chance of snow in the Brindabellas and the ACT will get snow, I'm sure.
"Whether or not we get it in the city will always have a question mark around it."
Skiers and boarders are in for a good week with Perisher gearing up for days of heavy snow as 115 centimetres is forecast to fall.
More than 60 centimetres hit the slopes in the past week.
While millions of Sydneysiders have been forced into lockdown amid the swelling COVID-19 outbreak, many regular snow-goers have been kept away from the mountains.
Canberrans and regional NSW residents have been urged to take advantage of the quieter period to help provide a boost to struggling local businesses.
The frontal system on Tuesday is expected to bring strong winds to the resort alongside a dumping of snow.
The weather is expected to clear through Wednesday and Thursday on the slopes but more snow is due at the weekend.
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