Storms have delivered parts of the Riverina some much-welcomed rain.
By 9am on Tuesday, Wagga had recorded a total of 13.2 millimetres since the rain began at the weekend.
At Temora, the news was even better, with the Bureau of Meteorology recording 49.6mm over the same period.
Junee's official rainfall for those days tallied at 26.4mm, while Cootamundra's was 29.2mm.
At Tumut, which has been the centre of bushfire activity since December 2019, 43.4mm was recorded. However neighbouring Tumbarumba, which has also been hit by fires, has received only 10.4mm.
Nigel Smedley from the bureau's Wagga office said showers and possible storms were forecast, on and off, for the Riverina for the remainder of the week.
According to the BoM, the time between February 2017 to January 2020 was the driest on record for any 36-month period starting in February when averaged over the Murray-Darling Basin and NSW.