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NSW Deputy Premier Paul Toole has warned that the coming months could see yet more flooding in the state’s battered north-east.

“We may be in this situation, coming back again, in a few weeks’ time,” he said.

“April is expected to be quite wet in many parts of the state.”

He said falls of up to 430mm in 24 hours had been seen, in regions where the ground was still “saturated” in the Northern Rivers and Mid North Coast.

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