The first rain of April is due to hit the city over the coming days.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting rain will hit the area on Wednesday afternoon as a large weather system moves across the region.
There is an 80 per cent chance of showers developing later on Wednesday, with a chance of patchy rain and thunderstorms.
Further rain and thunderstorms are predicted to fall over Thursday and Friday, with the area predicted to have between 15 and 30 millimetres of rain on Thursday and a further 10 to 25mm on Friday.
The Bureau predicts the rain will kick off a predicted wetter than average April to June for scattered parts of NSW and follows a wetter than average March for the city.
A total of 45.6mm of rain was recorded at Griffith Airport over the course of the month, the wettest March since 2017 and a 10.3mm increase on the historical monthly average.
March 5 was the wettest day of the month according to the Bureau, where 28.4mm of rain fell at the airport.
The rainfall outlook from the Bureau further suggests the autumn break for southern cropping regions may occur closer to its average time this year.
The rain could help relieve some of the pressure on local irrigators as a new water allocation statement was released by the state's industry, planning and environment department.
As of April 1, Murrumbidgee Valley general security users continue to have six per cent allocation after the catchment area failed to receive 'significant rainfall' in the latter half of March.