Wagga has been left drenched after dark, gloomy storm clouds rolled over the city's skies overnight.
The city was soaked by 14 millimetres of rain by 9am this morning, according to the Bureau of Meteorology, but the wet weather is not expected to end here.
The bureau has forecast a top of 22 degrees today with more rain and a gusty thunderstorm to come in tow.
There is a slight chance showers and a possible thunderstorm will continue into Sunday morning, however the skies are forecast to clear by the afternoon.
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NSW State Emergency Services spokesperson Jason Simms said crews responded to five jobs in the past 24-hours after reports of overflowing gutters bringing water into homes of residents across the city.
"Wagga received 14mm, which doesn't sound like a lot, but it came all of sudden in a short period of time," he said.
Because there is more rain on the way, Mr Simms warned people to be wary of any flash flooding on roads and be cautious of spikes in thunderstorms, which might bring another heavy downpour.
The State Emergency Services has more information about the simple things a person can do to prepare for storm weather on their website.