Canberra saw a rainy start to the weekend on Saturday, but the city missed much of the storm activity which battered other parts of NSW.
The Canberra Airport recorded 2.8 millimetres of rain on Saturday to 6.30pm, but heavier falls were reported in Tuggeranong, where 9.4 millimetres of rain was recorded.
A top of 14 degrees is forecast for Sunday, with up to 2 millimetres of rain forecast. Rain has been forecast for every day next week.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Jane Golding said a low-pressure trough had brought much of Saturday's unsettled weather.
"When we see unsettled weather, there's usually some kind of a low pressure trough. So we've got one of those crossing NSW and the ACT [on Saturday]," Ms Golding said.
"What's kind of driving the rainy bit is we've also got a really strong high pressure ride which is extending up towards the Coral Sea, and it's dragging down some really humid sea from the tropics [and] sub-tropics. So that's feeding into this low-pressure trough that's come up from the south.
"Where those two systems are meeting the air is lifting and storms are resulting."
The bureau issued several warnings for the ACT on Saturday, including for the chance of large hail, but there were no reports of large hail across the ACT or NSW, Ms Golding said.
"It's been more the rain and the wind. We had some fairly strong wind gusts out over the western plains, up around the 90 kilometre per hour mark," she said.
"Also we saw some quite intense rainfall rates with some local flooding in Tumbarumba. The storms have really been about the rain and the wind rather than the hail."
Ms Golding said Sunday would be a cloudy day in Canberra, and rain would continue for the next few days but it was unlikely to be particularly heavy.
"What happens after this system is some light kind of drizzly rain for the next few days.
"I think you'll see showers for the next few days and there's not really looking like anything overly dramatic on the charts until next weekend," she told the Sunday Canberra Times.
"Keep a watch on what happens next weekend. There's a hint of another low pressure trough moving across the state, but really moving over on Friday and Saturday, and that could produce some more storms."
As at 7am Sunday morning, there were no current storm warnings for the ACT region.