Port Macquarie has been washed with the heaviest rain in three and a half months.
About 30mm of rain, and even some hail at Lake Innes, fell on June 24.
Weatherzone meteorologist Brett Dutschke said the downpour is not considered unusual for this time of year.
"It has been the heaviest rain in three and a half months for Port Macquarie in the last 24 hours," said Mr Dutschke.
"It is normal for this time of year.
"Hail is quite likely because there has been significantly cold air in the upper atmosphere.
"There's even an outside chance of some flurries of snow on the highest peaks such as Barrington Tops."
The weather is expected to start clearing towards the end of the week, according to Mr Dutschke.
"We can expect gradual easing of showers over the next few days or so," said Mr Dutschke.
"Once we get to Friday we are looking at generally dry conditions for the Mid-North Coast with early light drizzly showers.
"The weather is warming up noticeably and once we get to next weekend it will warm up two or three degrees."
Despite the wet weather in Port Macquarie, the last 12 months have been the area's driest in 113 years.
"So far this month we are well under the monthly average rainfall (139mm)," he said.
"Looking at the Port Macquarie area in the last 12 months, it has had just over half the average rainfall.
"What is more unusual is what's happening further west, how dry the air is west of the ranges.
"Very little of this rain has reached there."
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