The Shoalhaven was hit hard with rain and hail overnight, and you were there to snap the pics.
At 3.50am, on Tuesday, June 4, winds of up to 130 km per hour buffeted the Ulladulla region and SES was busy overnight and into this morning, repairing damage caused by the storm.
After months of below average rainfall, Nowra finally looks like it might meet a month's average, which for June is 124.5mm.
On Monday the temperature dropped to single figures around 8pm, to 8.4 degrees just before midnight and 7.7 degrees at 1am.
A severe weather warning remains in place for the South Coast, with strong, gusty winds and hazardous surf expected.
The forecast for the rest of the day is cloudy, with a continuing chance of showers. Winds are expected to be south-to-southwesterly, at 30 to 45 km per hour, although there may be winds of up to 70 km per hour. The wind is expected to ease into the evening.