It was a wet one on Tuesday morning for Wagga with a thunderstorm and heavy rain in some areas.
Bureau of Meteorology technical officer Nigel Smedley said up until
“After that, we had 1.2 millilitres and we’re down for tops of 31 degrees,” he said.
“There is a 95 per cent chance of three to eight millilitres of rain.
“There is still a chance of a storm later today.”
Wagga SES local commander Daniel Mahoney said residents need to exercise caution in rainy weather.
“When we have a heavy downfall like this morning, our drains get full very fast and we want to make sure people don't get near the storm drains,” he said.
“They are fast flowing and we just want to make sure people are staying safe.
“Earlier this morning, we had a bit of a thunderstorm and we had heavy winds so stay away from trees and main power lines.”
Mr Mahoney said there is a chance of some more thunderstorms later tonight so keep an eye on social media and the Bureau of Meteorology.
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