NSW SES have issued a flood watch for the Gwydir and Upper Macintyre rivers, saying levels may rise from Wednesday.
Released midday Tuesday, the watch alert provided early advice of possible flooding within the specified catchments, based on predictions provided by the Bureau of Meteorology.
"A trough will linger over the northern interior districts of New South Wales over the coming days, bringing widespread showers and storms," the SES Statement said.
"A secondary trough is set to linger near the far west of the state into the weekend, bringing renewed unsettled conditions."
It's expected that minor flooding will occur along the Gwydir River, with flooding also expected to be minor along the Upper Macintyre River.
Conditions in these catchments have been rated from 'average' to 'wet', following a deluge of rain in the recent weeks.
The Bureau of Meteorology is continuing to monitor the situation and will issue catchment specific warnings should river levels be expected to reach or exceed minor flood level.
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