The SES has confirmed it has received 38 calls for help across the Namoi zone after Friday night's huge storm.
In the Liverpool Plains area, there were 14 calls for assistance including for a car floating down the street, and several houses flooded in the Werris Creek area.
No one was trapped, and no one was injured.
A spokesperson for the SES said crews helped to sandbag homes, repair damaged rooves, and help after homes were inundated.
A flood water rescue on Coonabarabran Road in the Caroona/Spring Ridge area ended safely when crews were able to rescue two men and six greyhounds.
The car, with the six greyhounds in the trailer, was washed off the road at 2.15am on Saturday, but all were rescued without injury.
In Tamworth, SES crews had nine call outs for help for jobs like sandbagging homes, trees down and roof damage from the storm.
THE Peel River is flowing from Nundle towards Chaffey, and Werris Creek has been hit with major flooding after a powerful storm lashed parts of the region.
There were reports of up to 120mm of rain falling at Werris Creek as a powerful torrent of water swept through parts of the town, cutting off roads.
The powerful storm had rain, lightning and plenty of thunder as it rolled across the region from the south on Friday night.
In Nundle, locals watched as the dry Peel River was swallowed by a wall of water, headed towards Chaffey Dam.
Glorious rain ☔️👏🏼 Bucketing down in #Tamworth. Flooded roads in #WerrisCreek + #Quirindi. My friend Liz sent me this video from #Nundle. This is the Peel River flowing for the first time in a very long time. All this headed to Chaffey Dam - Tamworth’s water supply @The_NDLpic.twitter.com/2SobEefurc— Breanna Chillingworth (@breannachill) January 24, 2020
Locals could hear the water coming, and within 20 minutes the riverbed was flooded - the first time it has flowed in about two years.
There were reports of up to 50mm of rain falling in Tamworth and Daruka but the BOM only recorded about 10mm at the Tamworth Airport, showing how patchy the falls were.
Falls of about 40mm were recorded near Moonbi and Bendemeer; about 35mm at Duri and Currububula; even more in Calala; while some rain gauges in East Tamworth recorded more than 30mm.
Some people took to Facebook to report missing the rain in places like Piallaway and Halls Creek; while in Gunnedah and Boggabri, falls of about 10mm were recorded on some farms.
There is more forecasts of storms for Tamworth and surrounding areas for Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Emergency services rushed on Friday night to help stranded motorists in Werris Creek and Quirindi, cut off by the flash flooding at places like The Gap Road.
One car was swept off the road at Spring Ridge, with two men, aged about 35, along with six dogs, inside.
Paramedics, the Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA), the State Emergency Service (SES) and police rescue, along with the Westpac Rescue Helicopter, were deployed to the scene to help rescue the men, trapped by the rising floodwaters.
Luckily, the men were saved, and escaped uninjured.
It was one of several call outs that kept rescue volunteers, firefighters and police busy on Friday night.
Several homes were inundated with water as drains and gutters struggled to cope with the deluge falling in the storm that rolled through from the south.