Tamworth Regional Council has advised all roads have re-opened after earlier snowfall closures.
Duncans Creek Road, Barry Road, Morrisons Gap Road and Sheba Dam are open, a spokesperson confirmed at 5pm.
Nowendoc Road and Port Stephens cutting are also open, along with Walcha Road at Bendemeer, and at Walcha end.
Council said while the roads have been re-opened, conditions may remain slippery, and are urging motorists to drive with care.
Barry Road has been re-opened while Duncans Creek Road is being inspected.
While some roads have been re-opened, conditions may remain slippery, please drive with care.
Several more roads have been opened and closed due to snow and icy conditions.
Barry Road, from Sheba Dam up, is closed.
The Port Stephens cutting was closed but has been reopened.
Walcha Road is open while Duncans Creek Road is being inspected. Motorists are asked to drive with care.
The Oxley Highway has now been reopened between Wollun Road and Bendemeer.
The highway will still be affected in both directions and Live Traffic NSW is still advising to exercise caution.
The Oxley Highway between Wollun Road and Bendemeer is closed after the weekend's snowfall.
Live Traffic NSW recommends staying away from the road and delaying journeys if motorists were planning to travel that way.
While the Oxley Highway is closed, the New England Highway has now reopened after it was closed last night in both directions between Uralla and Moonbi.
TWEET FROM LIVE TRAFFIC NSW LAST NIGHT
The New England Highway at Black Mountain will also be affected in both directions due to ice and snow.
Live Traffic NSW reports that ice and snow in the area may affect vehicle traction.
Motorists are reminded to exercise caution and reduce their speeds while alpine conditions continue around the region.