The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast that severe thunderstorms will be likely or possible on Wednesday across the Riverina.
The forecast followed a thunderstorm in Wagga overnight that saw 8.2 millimetres of rain fall on the city.
The BOM stated that thunderstorms were "expected" across much of NSW including a red area of "likely" severe thunderstorms that included Griffith, Hay and Narrandera.
An amber area of "possible" severe thunderstorms included Wagga, Tumbarumba and Deniliquin.
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"Some thunderstorms may become severe in amber areas, and some storms are likely to become severe in red areas. Hazards include large hail, damaging winds and heavy rain," BOM stated.
As of 9am on Wednesday, the Riverina was not subject to any severe weather warnings.
The BOM warned on Tuesday that NSW was facing days of heavy rain and flash flooding in some areas.
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