Light rain is expected to continue on and off in Katherine throughout the day, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Katherine had some light falls last night with Tindal recording almost 10mm but totals were generally under that throughout the region.
Nice for the lawns and gardens anyway.
An early morning power outage should be resolved soon after cause the traffic lights to fail in Katherine Terrace.
The forecast is not for much greater than that today.
Victoria River Downs has had totals of 16mm and Daly Waters 9mm.
The cold weather is the real surprise for this time of year with the forecast top today of 22 degrees, and just 23 degrees forecast tomorrow.
The record low from Tindal's records is 24.2 from back in 1987.
May's average maximum is more than 32 degrees.
Weather experts are still closely tracking a tropical low moving towards the Western Australian coast which has formed into a weak cyclone.
The system is expected to cause severe weather to western WA on Sunday and Monday.
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