More widespread rain is forecast for Cessnock this week as the region's super soaker event continues.
The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting rain for the rest of the week as a high pressure system near Adelaide moves slowly east.
Cessnock has received 153.2mm of rain this month, about double its long-term average for November.
Cooler-than-average days are forecast again this week, reaching just 19 degrees on Saturday and Sunday.
Meanwhile, the BOM has declared a La Nina event, which is expected to bring heavy rain and flooding to the eastern states over the next three months.
THIS WEEK'S FORECAST
- Wednesday: 15-28, showers increasing
- Thursday: 17-27, showers
- Friday: 18-29, showers
- Saturday: 13-19, showers
- Sunday: 13-19, showers
- Monday: 13-21, possible showers
- Tuesday: 12-25, possible showers
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