Wagga is due for more wet weather towards the end of this week after the city copped more than half a month of rainfall in two days.
The city was hit with a thunderstorm and flash flooding in some areas on Friday afternoon.
Bureau of Meteorology senior meteorologist Rebecca Kamitakahara said Wagga had received 32 millimetres of rain on Friday and Saturday combined.
"The airport came to 31.6 millimetres and the second station, which is on Gurwood Street, came to 32.4 millimetres," she said.
"We have had a couple of dry years but on average in October Wagga would see 55.8 millimeters."
The whole month of October in 2019 saw just eight millimetres of rain and the October before that say 21 millimeters.
Ms Kamitakahara said just the weekend's rainfall "has beaten both of those years quite easily, of course they were much more dry years generally".
The Bureau has forecast a dry and fairly clear week ahead with fairly stable weather under a high pressure system.
"Light winds and sunny days and dry conditions. About Thursday through to and including the weekend we go back into a quite unsettled weather pattern," Ms Kamitakahara said.
"We'll start to see humidity increasing and we'll have another low pressure trough moving across NSW so we''l see potentially quiote widespread showers and thunderstorms towards the end of this week. Wagga could see some storms developing from Thursday."
Argalong, east of Tumut, saw 56 millimetres of rain across Friday and Saturday, and Tumut saw 46.2 millimetres while 48.8 millimetres fell at Tumbarumba.