Expect some respite from the wet and windy weather conditions in Goulburn from Wednesday.
Meteorologist with Bureau of meteorology, Bimal KC,said that mostly sunny conditions are expected from Wednesday.
"However, the mornings are likely to be chilly with a maximum temperature of around 13-14 degrees Celsius," he said.
"The low-pressure system has brought the wet and windy condition on the southeast part of the state particularly along the eastern slopes and the coastal area from the last two days."
Goulburn recorded a total of 67.55mm of rainfall near Gundowringa on Tuesday, Taralga received 63mm, Crookwell Post Office 27.8mm and Bungonia 30.6mm.
Meanwhile, heavy rain in the Upper Lachlan Shire forced the council to close two roads.
At 9.30am on Tuesday, the council closed the Jerrong Road at the Abercrombie River, which was reported to be under water.
It also shut the Taralga to Abercrombie Road at the Abercrombie River, which was also flooded.
BoM had earlier issued a warning to the sheep graziers that cold temperatures, rain and showers, and southerly winds were expected on Monday. It could affect areas of Southern Tablelands and there was a risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions.
Meanwhile, South East Local Land Services senior agriculture advisor Matthew Lieschke feels that the recent rain will add some valuable moisture into the system.
"That will happen especially for those areas to the south and eastern side of Goulburn that have been particularly dry over the last couple of months," he said.
"These areas will be looking for some more rain over the next month to improve soil moisture levels heading into spring."
For Goulburn, the Bureau of Meteorology is currently indicating a 70-75 per cent chance of above average rainfall for August and 65-70 per cent chance for September.
"This will be a key period for rainfall. It's been several years since we've had a really good start to spring, so hopefully 2020 breaks this trend," he said.
Mr Lieschke feels that the dry conditions over the last couple of months have been an advantage in terms of pasture growth and animal health.
"Foot abscess in sheep is starting to ramp up and would have been further exacerbated by a wet, boggy winter," he said.
To see the impact of the latest rainfall on soil moisture and pasture growth, go to farmingforecaster.com.au.
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