Rain may wash away the COVID-19 blues on Wednesday, albeit briefly.
The Bureau of Meteorology's (BoM) seven-day forecast for Dubbo as of Tuesday reported of a 90 per cent chance of between eight and 25 millimetres (mm) of rain falling on Wednesday.
There's also a 30 per cent chance of up to 0.4mm of rain hitting the ground on Thursday and a 20 per cent chance of a shower on both Saturday and Sunday.
The BoM's seven-day forecast also advises of a 30 per cent chance of Dubbo getting up to 10mm of rain on Monday, March 30.
Average rainfall in Dubbo during the month of March is 60mm.
As of Tuesday morning a total of 86.2mm of rain had fallen in the city this month.
Rain had fallen across four days this March.
In the 24 hours to 9am March 4, 3.6mm of rain was collected in the automatic weather station at Dubbo City Regional Airport.
The BoM has recorded 13.8mm of rain falling in the 24 hours to 9am March 5 and a whopping 51.4mm in the 24 hours to 9am March 6.
In the 24 hours to 9am March 15, 17.4mm of rain was collected at the airport.
By Tuesday morning Dubbo had received almost twice the rainfall of March 2019.
A total of 46.8mm of rain fell across six days of March 2019 with the biggest downpour delivering 13.8mm.
Dubbo received 81.8mm in February 2020, compared with 18.4mm in February 2019.
The city got 36mm in January this year, compared to 64.4mm in the same month in 2019.