If you're enjoying the sound of rain on your roof, there's plenty more to come.
The Southern Highlands is expected to receive more showers in the coming days.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, Monday will bring between six and 20mm of rain for Bowral, with a top of nine degrees.
Southeasterly winds between 25 to 30km/h are predicted, tending southerly 20 to 25km/h in the early afternoon.
Temperatures are expected to rise throughout the week, with a top of 14 degrees predicted for Tuesday.
BoM senior forecaster Jordan Notara said showers would continue sporadically between Tuesday and Friday.
"There will be persistent showers but not necessarily heavy bursts of rainfall," Mr Notara said.
"It's not going to be a repeat of the last few days. It'll be pretty drizzly.
"It's unlikely we'll get to conditions where warnings are required."