The New England region copped some welcome rain over the weekend and into Monday.
The heaviest falls for Armidale were leading up to 9am on Sunday, with 17mm of rain recorded by the BoM station at the airport. Another 9mm of rain had landed in the gauge by 9am Monday.
It's also been good news for local catchments.
Rain has fallen in the Chaffey Dam catchment area and widespread rain also helped liven up the Peel River and Cockburn River.
Almost 50mm of rain was recorded by the BoM at the Head of the Peel over the weekend.
Further downstream, one local resident took to social media to say they had recorded 53mm of rain between Friday and Monday morning at their home in Dungowan.
Heavy rainfall in the Quirindi area was enough to wreak havoc on the highway. The BoM station in Quirindi recorded more than 20mm in the 24 hours to 9am Monday.
The Bureau of Meteorology report states that in the latest rain event up to 9am Monday Glen Innes received 13.8 mm on Sunday and 22.8 mm Saturday.
Weatherzone reported a total of 20mm over the weekend for Tenterfield.
The recent rainfall is not expected to continue according to the Bureau of Meteorology, and should clear on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) station at Tamworth airport, 12.2mm of the wet stuff fell in the 24 hours to 9am Monday morning, and 10mm the day before.
Gunnedah also copped a soaking, with 12.4mm recorded to 9am Monday morning and 4.8mm the day before.
The town of Manilla got more than 17mm of rain over the weekend, according to the BoM, and local kids were spotted enjoying the mud and puddles.