IF THE Tamworth airport readings are to be believed, it has been a wet, wild and warm month in town.
But it appears the weather will find a bit of stability of the Easter weekend.
According to Weatherzone's readings, Tamworth has recorded its hottest ever April day on the 10th which was soon followed by the city's coldest-ever April temperature on the following day.
Meanwhile the Bureau of Meteorology also registered more than a year's worth of rain on April 17 with 909mm of rain observed at the Tamworth airport weather station.
In an average year, Tamworth would get about 630mm of rain.
Weatherzone is predicting top temperatures of 29 degrees in Tamworth right across the long weekend with no rain predicted.
It appears a technical fault was behind the rainfall blowout recorded in Tamworth.
A spokesperson at the bureau said they were "aware that there is currently an issue with the Tamworth airport automatic weather station" and it was working to resolve the issue.
"We have taken steps to remove the erroneous temperature data from website and any other data found to be erroneous will be treated as per the Bureau's standard quality assurance process," the spokesperson said.
"Pieces of equipment such as automatic weather stations can on rare occasions encounter technical faults or issues.
"The Bureau has rigorous data quality assurance systems in place to identify issues and ensure the data is treated appropriately."