Strong westerly winds are again buffeting the Shoalhaven with the Bureau of Meteorology issuing a marine wind warning for the South Coast.
Strong wind warnings have been issued for the Illawarra Coast down to the Batemas Coast, with a gale wind warning for the Eden Coast.
And the winds are expected to continue throughout today (Monday, August 19) and into tomorrow where gale warnings have been issued for the Illawarra and Eden coasts and a strong wind warning for the Batemans Coast.
In Nowra the winds have been constantly above 35 kilometres an hour since 11.30pm on Sunday, Auust 18.
The strongest wind gust the area has recorded so far was 70km/h at 11.30pm Sunday, while a gust of 65km/h was recorded at 9.30am Monday, with two at 61km/h at 9.20am and 10.07am.
There has been numerous gusts over the 50km/h reading.
The cold winds have also affected temperatures.
While the temperature at 10.30am read 13.7 degrees, it felt like 3.3 degrees, while at 7.50am the temperature was 9.6 but felt like 0.1, and just before 6am it actually felt like -0.1.
Jervis Bay, and in particular Point Perpendicular, has also recorded some strong winds, with a gust of 83km/h recorded at 10am, with 63km/h at both 10.20 and 10.30am and earlier a 8.30am.
Temperatures are also reduced with 12.3 degrees at 10am feeling like -0.3 and 10.4 degrees at 5.10am feeling like -0.4.
Down south at Ulladulla and no temperature readings are available at this stage but winds have been constant between 22 and 39km/h with gusts of 57km/h at 4.30am, 56km/h at 3.47am and 9.30am.