About 5000 homes at Bourkelands have had power restored after the second thunderstorm in as many days has hit Wagga.
Essential Energy crews are also currently investigating reports that homes in Kooringal and Lake Albert have been left without power after heavy rain, strong winds and thunder hit the city just before 2.30pm.
The storm follows one on Monday night that dumped 28mm of rain on some parts of Wagga, while other areas remained dry.
A further 2.8mm fell in the relatively short but intense storm on Tuesday.
Rural Fire Service crews were on the scene of a small fire at Borambola, as the SES began mopping up in Wagga.
SES crews are currently responding to reports of trees and power lines down, with residents warned to remain clear of Norfolk Avenue, where a massive tree has been brought down.
SES personnel were called to four incidents in Wagga on Monday night, with flash flooding in Forge Street, and reports of damage to roofs on three homes in the city.
A further eight calls for assistance were received in the Junee and Temora areas, where dozens of rural properties were still without power hours after storms ripped through.
Ben Pickup from the SES’s Murrumbidgee zone, said floodwaters up to a metre deep affected a 400-metre section of Forge Street.