ONE week the Shoalhaven was scorched by record extreme temperatures and a bushfire emergency; the next it was wet with some localised flooding.
As the remnants of ex-tropical cyclone Oswald lashed the South Coast, parts of the Shoalhaven received more than 200 millimetres of rain.
Nowra recorded more than its average rainfall for January (59.3mm) in the 24 hours from 9am Monday to 9am Tuesday when 77mm of rain was recorded.
This followed 24.2mm on Monday and 17.6mm on Sunday.
Nowra has now received 130.4mm of rain in eight days.
Out on the coast, Port Perpendicular registered more than 200mm since Saturday, including 172mm until 9am yesterday morning.
It also registered 13mm on Monday and 24.2mm on Sunday.
Further south, Ulladulla has registered 135.6mm since Saturday including 105mm until 9am yesterday.