The big wet November looks like lasting right up until the end of the month with heavy rainfall overnight in the catchments of the Hunter and Goulburn rivers resulting in the SES issuing a equipment and livestock warning.

The big wet November looks like lasting right up until the end of the month with heavy rainfall overnight in the catchments of the Hunter and Goulburn rivers resulting in the SES issuing an equipment and livestock warning.

The warning is for the Goulburn and Hunter River downstream of Aberdeen.

Due to heavy rain falling across the Upper Hunter Catchment and the Liverpool range northwest of Merriwa over the last several days, there have been rises in the Hunter, Goulburn, Jerry's Plains, Rouchel, Pages, Krui and Dartbrook River Systems.

The river flow is expected to cause rises of 3 - 4m above normal flows at Aberdeen, Muswellbrook, Merriwa, Jerry's Plains and Denman on Friday and Saturday Additional rain is possible. Local roads may close, do not drive through flooded roads.

SES is warning motorists not to enter flooded roads. VRA Merriwa rescue on the Idaville Road at Merriwa on Monday November 22. Photo Merriwa VRA.

SES is warning motorists not to enter flooded roads. VRA Merriwa rescue on the Idaville Road at Merriwa on Monday November 22. Photo Merriwa VRA.