The Peel River has come back to life.
In Tamworth, the Peel hit its highest level since 2016 as it rose past one metre but it was at other spots where the level had really jumped.
Wednesday's data from WaterNSW revealed Carroll Gap had hit 3.865m, Appleby Crossing was at 4.991m and the river at Bective was at 3.293.
It comes after the region has been drenched over the past week.
The Bureau of Meteorology's data from the Tamworth Airport shows 120.6mm recorded this month alone.
The city has had 218mm of rain this year compared to last year when Tamworth had just 263.6mm.
This has been Tamworth's wettest February since 2012. A whopping 257.6mm fell in that year.
Tamworth isn't the only place soaking up the rain.
Inverell has just about topped its annual rainfall from 2019 (259.1mm). The town has received 250.8mm as of Tuesday.
In Moree, 142.4mm has fallen this year while just 125.4mm fell in the whole of 2019.
Narrabri has also passed its 2019 total (206.2mm) with 222mm falling so far in 2020 including 72.8mm in one day.
Armidale has been in the thick of it as well with 258.2mm falling in the first two months of the year.
The bulk of that, 176mm, came in the first month of the year when Armidale had its wettest January since 2004.
The clouds haven't been as kind in Gunnedah but the falls have still been significant.
In January, 48.2mm of rain fell while February has already seen 63.2mm fall. The first two months of 2019 produced just over 20mm for Gunnedah.
Sandy Creek at Kootingal has also risen from a trickle to over its banks. David Lecky sent in photos, saying it was "higher than it has been seen in a long time."
Other than today and tomorrow, where rain is predicted, the outlook doesn't look promising.
After tomorrow, there is a low percentage of rain heading into next week.