Wagga is well on the way to hitting its yearly rainfall targets thanks to this week's generous downfall.
In the 24 hours to 9am on Tuesday, Wagga received up to 9.6mL with the rain having fallen consistently throughout the Monday.
Just 10km down the road though in Kapooka on Monday, only 4.8mL was felt.
Around the region though, Young topped the rainfall record with 20mL in the past 24 hours.
Further south, Albury and Deniliquin missed out on much, receiving just 0.2mL throughout the day.
Meanwhile, Narrandera barely received any ground moisture, registering just 1.2mL on Monday.
The weekend proved beneficial to some parts of the region, but less so to Wagga.
Over Saturday and Sunday, Wagga accumulated only 10.7mL of rainfall.
Meanwhile, Gundagai saw 9.4mL over the two days, and Young again topped the records with 29.6mL. Up to 27.6mL of its total fell before 9am on Saturday.
With little more expected to fall over Wagga this week, the city is sitting just behind its usual July total. In an average year, up to 29mL would fall over the month, but this year, Wagga has registered 25.4mL.
"It's not a bad place to be with still a week left to go in the month," said Nigel Smedley, technician with Wagga Bureau of Meterology.
Nevertheless, Wagga is just 8mL behind its usual 313mL target by this time of the year.
The Bureau of Meterology has also placed the region on La Nina watch. If the season does eventuate, it could make for some even wetter months ahead.
"The forecast is for a wetter than average August to October across much of Australia, and that doesn't mean that that will happen, but it's looking good for this year," Mr Smedley said.
"We're also being told that there will be warmer than average nights and days for the next three months."
Meanwhile, in the South West Slopes, Young has smashed its monthly average, receiving 87mL, well above its usual 56.4mL.
This year, the town has seen 468.4mL, which is also well above its annual 332.8mL target by this stage in the year.