FORECASTERS promised a wet weekend and it definitely delivered for many towns in the region.
Sunday was by far the wettest day, but some locations also received rain on Saturday.
Lithgow had the most rain up until 7am on Monday with 47.2 millimetres recorded by the Bureau of Meteorology.
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Cowra was not too far behind at 44.0mm, with Bathurst residents welcoming 34.8mm and 29.6mm in Young.
It was also wet in Parkes (29.0mm), Orange (28.4mm), Mudgee (26.2mm), Dubbo (18.2mm) and Forbes (17.4mm).
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Wet weather is predicted to continue across many towns in the Central West on Monday with a 90 per cent chance of up to 10mm in Bathurst, and the up to 20mm in Orange.
There is an 80 per cent chance of up to 20mm of rain in Dubbo on Monday.
A sheep graziers warning remains in place for the Central Tablelands due to cold temperatures and rain expected on Monday
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