It's getting late.
In fact, it's past 9pm and after a horrendously wet day in the Southern Tablelands, the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) and Goulburn SES Units are just about done for the day and deservedly so.
Local controller Daryl Skinner said some SES crews began their shift at 5am including himself.
"It's been a pretty long day and pretty tiring, but we're coping pretty well at the moment," Mr Skinner said.
"There's still one crew out working at the moment, but we'll be closing operations for the night after that.
"We'll be picking things up again in the morning at 8am."
As we come to the latter stages of Sunday night, there are about 10 roads closed at the moment.
"The worst ones would be the underpass at Blackshaw Road going through to Eastgrove and Mulwaree Ponds.
"Things may be steady at Mulwaree Ponds, but there is still a lot of water to come through," Mr Skinner said.
"We'll be keeping a close eye on those overnight."
As for the RFS, they are just about done too after a long day's work.
"We're finished for the night and just waiting to see if the SES Unit need our help, but we'll be ready to go when that time comes."
With the rain just about having run its course, conditions should be much better on Monday, although some roads will still be closed.
"People can expect pretty much the same amount of water to be flowing through," Mr Skinner said.
"We're looking at the rain dropping off for the next hour at least, but the radar's looking pretty clear after that."
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