Residents and property owners along low-lying areas along the Bell River at Molong are being asked to watch for some flooding. The NSW State Emergency Service issued the 'stay informed' notice at 3.30pm on Tuesday, November 28. The warning says those in the area should stay informed by monitoring warnings issued by NSW SES and checking the latest weather information from the Bureau of Meteorology online. The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting a broad trough could bring widespread rainfall across NSW, with severe thunderstorms and heavy falls for the next few days. This rainfall may cause flooding along rivers in parts of the New South Wales Central West Rivers. Catchments are currently dry-to-relatively wet about parts of the Central West. The weather system is expected to cause flooding for Bell River from Wednesday. Orange was predicted to receive as much as 40mm of rain on Tuesday. As of 4pm, the city's official weather station at the airport, to the city's south, was at 14.6mm. For Wednesday, there's an 80 per cent chance of rain. As much as 10mm is being forecast, with the best chance of those falls in the early morning. A graziers warning has been issued for the Central West with the mercury expected to drop on Tuesday. Cold temperatures, rain and showers and easterly winds are expected during Tuesday and Wednesday, the warning issued by the Bureau of Meteorology says. Areas likely to be affected include the parts of the Central West Slopes and Plains. The warning says there is a risk of losses of lambs and sheep exposed to these conditions. As of 10am on Tuesday, the temperature was 16.5 degrees. A low of 11 degrees is the forecast with a 90 per cent chance of rain. The flood warning issued for parts of the region remains in place too. On Monday, the Buearu of Meteorology issued a flood warning for parts of the Central West with close to a month's worth of rain on the radar for the week. A broad trough is expected to bring widespread rainfall across NSW, with severe thunderstorms and locally heavy falls for the next few days, the warning reads. This rainfall may cause flooding along rivers in parts of the state's South Coast Rivers, Inland Central West Rivers and South West Rivers. The warning points to minor flooding issues potentially along the Orange, Molong and Bell River areas, as well as Macquarie River. The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is urging people to prepare their homes and not drive through flood waters should flash flooding occur during the forecast heavy rain and damaging winds. NSW SES Senior Manager of State Operations, Chief Superintendent Dallas Burnes said additional resources had been deployed ahead of the expected weather, including flood rescue technicians, aviation assets and high clearance vehicles. "It's important people prepare, by doing simple tasks around their home to minimise the impact of storms," Chief Superintendent Burnes said. "Trimming trees around your property, securing loose items in your yards, moving your cars under cover and cleaning your gutters will help minimise the impacts of strong winds and significant rain."