November has been the wettest month this spring in the Highlands, with more rain on the way.
So far this month, the Bureau of Metereology's Moss Vale Weather Station recorded 133 millimetres has dropped in the region, compared to a total of 76 millimetres in October and about 29 in September.
The Moss Vale and Wingecarribee SES units have received 50 requests this month for assistance with storm damage and flooding.
"NSW SES Moss Vale and Wingecarribee Units have been extremely busy over the past month, with a number of requests coming in," said Inspector and unit commander Dylan Whitelaw.
There is a 100 per cent chance of rain tomorrow (November 26) with between 30 and 45 millimetres of rain predicted to fall.
There is also a ninety per cent chance of showers of up to four millimetres predicted for November 27 and 28.
Strong winds have also been recorded in the region throughout November, with a maximum of 80 kilometres an hour and a minimum of 30 kilometres an hour recorded at the Moss Vale Weather Station.
No weather warnings have been issued for the Highlands today or the weekend so far.
Meteorologists declared spring's wet weather as the start of La Nina on Tuesday (November 23) across Australia, which they predicted would continue until early 22.
Highlanders can keep up to date with the weather forecast and warnings on the BOM site and social media pages.
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