The Rural Fire Service has declared a Total Fire Ban day on Monday and Wagga City Council has continued to offer free entry at Oasis Aquatic Centre following another forecast for over 40 degrees.
On Sunday afternoon the RFS declared a Total Fire Ban in Eastern Riverina, which includes the Wagga, Albury, Coolamon, Greater Hume, Junee and Lockhart council areas, due to "very high" fire danger.
"Very hot, dry and windy conditions are forecast," the RFS posted on social media.
"If you are camping in these areas it's important to ensure that your camp fire is extinguished before midnight."
In a Total Fire Ban no fire may be lit in the open and all fire permits are suspended.
This includes incinerators and barbecues which burn solid fuel, e.g. wood, charcoal or heat beads.
No general purpose welding, grinding, soldering or gas cutting can be done in the open.
Wagga City Council will hold another "free pool day" at the Oasis centre after offering free entry on Sunday due to extreme heat.
"Due to predicted temperatures of or above 41 degrees Celsius, the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre will provide free entry tomorrow to patrons looking to escape the heatwave conditions," the council posted on Facebook.
"Please note: we're expecting it to be extremely busy, and due to COVID-19 restriction, all pools will have capacity limits.
"Please follow the directions of staff, drink plenty of water, be patient and put your rubbish in the bins."