NSW drought: Rain predicted across region | Weather radar

RAIN PREDICTED: As much as 35mm of rain has been predicted in some parts of the region this week, but other locations will receive just 5mm. Photo: FILE
RAIN PREDICTED: As much as 35mm of rain has been predicted in some parts of the region this week, but other locations will receive just 5mm. Photo: FILE

IF predictions are right, some parts of the region could see up to 35 millimetres of rainfall during the next two days.

As the drought continues across the state, the lack of rain has been in the thoughts of many people.

Rain is predicted across the entire region this Thursday and Friday, however, some locations should get a little bit more on Saturday.

Lithgow should receive the most with 35mm predicted –  20mm on Thursday, 10mm on Friday and a further 5mm on Saturday.

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Bathurst and Oberon should received around 30mm across the three days.

Around 25mm of rain is predicted on Thursday and Friday in Blayney, Cowra, Dubbo, Mudgee, Orange, Parkes and Wellington.

While 20mm is expected in Forbes, Grenfell and Young.

Unfortunately for Nyngan, just 5mm of rain is predicted on Thursday.

By the end of September, Nyngan has usually received an average of 330.5mm of rain, however, this year has received less than half of that with just 154.8mm recorded.

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