Dubbo had 19.2 millimetres of rain at the weekend, according to the Bureau of Meteorology and more is forecast.
For July so far, there has been almost 70mm of rain recorded by the BoM.
It's a far cry from the six millimetres recorded for all of July 2019.
The rainfall we've seen so far this month is also far higher than the 15 year average for July.
Between 1994 and 2020, the average rainfall for the month was 48.3mm.
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There's also usually an average of five rainy days with more than one millimetre of precipitation, whereas Dubbo has already had eight.
June was also a rainy month for the city with 32.6mm.
It's all had an impact on Burrendong Dam which is currently sitting at 24.7 per cent capacity.
In January it was at 1.8 per cent.
More rain could be on the way with the BoM forecasting a 40 per cent chance of a downfall on Tuesday.
Unfortunately, only up to two millimetres is expected in the morning.
No other rain is expected for the rest of the week.
Across the region it was Lithgow that had the most rain at the weekend with 47.2mm recorded.
Cowra wasn't far behind at 44.0mm, with Bathurst residents welcoming 34.8mm and 29.6mm in Young.