Several fires are burning across the MidCoast Council region, some out of control.
Forestry, National Parks and Wildlife and the Rural Fire Service (RFS) have been conducting hazard reduction burns around the area over the past two weeks.
Weather condition have been ideal, until Monday's blustery winds arrived.
The RFS is attending an out of control bushfire on Wallanbah Road, Firefly, and also another in Bunyah Road, while a hazard reduction burn is being undertaken on the Pacific Highway at Possum Brush.
A grass fire on Roys Road, Krambach is listed as out of control on the RFS website.
The Bureau of Meteorology advised a series of cold fronts crossing the State will maintain strong westerly airflow over the the coastal waters until midweek.
Winds will shift to south to southwesterly and gradually ease during the latter part of the week as a strong high pressure system over the Bight, with its associated ridge extending toward the eastern NSW becomes the dominant weather feature.
The Great Lakes will remain mostly sunny until Friday when the possibility of a shower is predicted along the coast.
Day-time temperatures are predicted to fall to a chilly 17 degrees as we edge closer to winter.
The mercury will fall to single figures along the coast and inland during the week, plunging to just four degrees away from the coast on Friday.