Rain was a welcome sight in Bathurst on Thursday, with over 10 millimetres falling in the city.
Bathurst takes its official recordings at the airport and by 4.30pm on Thursday afternoon, 12.2 millimetres had been recorded.
Orange received 16.2 millimetres, there was seven millimetres at Lithgow and Oberon saw a healthy 21 millimetres of rainfall.
It's the wettest day for the city since 13.2 millimetres fell back on November 4.
And there's still plenty of rain forecast in the coming days, with a chance of up to 55 millimetres falling between Friday and Monday.
Sunday's expected to be the best chance for more rain, with Weatherzone indicating there could be a 50 per cent of anywhere between 10-20 millimetres of rain.
Thursday's total was just the 13th time that Bathurst officially received more than 10 millimetres in one day since the start of 2019, with only six days in 2019 experiencing more than 20 millimetres of rain.
Thursday was also the second time this month that the temperature has fallen below the January long term average of 28.4 degrees.
On Sunday, January 12, the mercury peaked at just 26 degrees and on Thursday it only hit a top of 23.2 degrees.
The mecury is expected to remain below the average in the next few days, with 24 on Friday and 25 on Saturday.