Time to pull out the winter woolies again because snow is predicted in the Blue Mountains at the weekend. The Bureau of Meteorology anticipates snow to fall above 900 metres (from Leura and higher) on Friday, with a maximum of 9 degrees in Katoomba. Saturday is the most likely for snowfall, with snow expected above 600m, which means even Hazelbrook has the potential of a dusting. It's only expected to reach 7 degrees in Katoomba, and will be windy. On Sunday, snow is still predicted above 800m (from Wentworth Falls up). Motorists have been warned to take care with snow expected not only in the Blue Mountains, but also around Orange, Lithgow, Oberon, Jenolan, and high areas around Bathurst until the early hours of Sunday. A Transport for NSW spokesperson said the Bureau of Meteorology has advised widespread snowfall is expected across the weekend with potential for road closures and/or fallen trees. "Locals also need to take extra care because even if you know a road well, the conditions may have changed. "Motorists need to be aware black ice occurs when surface moisture and dew freeze on the road at dawn or dusk, creating a dangerously slippery surface. Black ice is hard to see when driving and can remain in shaded or low-lying areas even during fine days. "The cold snap will come overnight, with snow likely to fall on Friday night and the early hours of Saturday morning," the spokesperson said. "Motorists in these areas are advised to delay travel unless necessary, check the road conditions before travelling, be extra cautious and drive to the conditions." The last decent snowfall in the Blue Mountains was a surprise spring snowfall on September 17 last year. Temperatures dropped overnight with villages including Katoomba, Blackheath, Medlow Bath and Mount Victoria covered in snow in the early hours of Tuesday morning, September 17. Meanwhile, the strong winds continue in the Blue Mountains today, with a vigorous cold front bringing winds gusts of up to 91km/hr at Mt Boyce overnight (Wednesday, August 19). The winds are expected to ease on Thursday afternoon.