The passage of two cold fronts will bring a string of cold mornings and cool, mostly sunny days from today into the start of next week.
A widow faced her first flood alone at the farm, a toddler's toys were swept to a watery resting place and paddocks finally recovering from the big dry have been swamped. These are the stories of the people of Moree.
The NSW floods will see a cleansing flush of water head down the Barwon-Darling River system and have also bolstered inland dam levels.
A near-stationary high pressure system will direct a persistent steam of moisture-laden air over NSW during the next seven days.
Most medium and long term climate models indicate their preference for the El Nino-Southern Oscillation will return to neutral during autumn.
Some areas of northern and central NSW could see another 20mm to 30mm of rain between Thursday and Sunday.