Computer models are indicating light rain (10-15mm) over most of inland NSW in the next 24 hours. It looks like western parts of the state that have not seen a drop in the past 6 months may actually see a little bit. The trigger for this rain will be a cold front and trough, (currently over SA), moving across the state. Light rain should be quite widespread, but a few areas may benefit a lot more than others (as is generally the case). East of the ranges it should stay mostly dry with only a few spots of rain. Temperatures along the coast should be in the mid to high 20's.