PARTS of the Riverina recorded a large amount of rain at the weekend, with Wagga picking up its highest one-day total rain since May.
In the 24 hour to 9am Sunday, the city recorded 25mm, which is also more than half of its long-term average rainfall of 41.8mm for November.
Decent falls were also recorded in parts of the Southwest Slopes and the Snowy Mountains.
The wet weather is set to continue today with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting the chance of a thunderstorm.
Wantabadgery farmer Tony Clough, who recorded 6.5mm at his property, said that while the rain was welcomed, it has been "the roughly usual amount when it rains".
"We haven't had any major events for a long, long time now. I mean big rain events," Mr Clough said.
"What we need is rain for about three to four weeks.
"I believe we should get a bit more rain over summer, but who knows what the lady upstairs will dish out."
Currently, a broad low pressure trough over NSW is generating areas of rain, showers and storms.
A very warm air mass ahead of the trough is filtering into NSW and Queensland.
Winds are northeast to southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h tending northerly 20 to 25 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late afternoon.
Yesterday, the region also experienced a dust as thunderstorms formed.
There are currently no weather warnings by BOM.
The rest of the week is forecast to be mostly sunny and cloudy with temperatures between five and 27 degrees.
It will be Friday when there will be the chance of showers again.