While the rainfall figures across the Great Lakes over the coming days are unlikely to match last weekend's deluge, showers are still predicted.
Between 1-5mm is forecast across all areas of the Great Lakes on Friday, with temperatures ranging from 20 to 23 inland and 22 to 25 along the coast.
Saturday will see more light showers, with a late thunderstorm predicted closer to the ranges.
Temperatures are expected to be at their highest on Saturday, with 17 to 29 forecast for inland areas and 19 to 27 forecast for the coast.
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Sunday will be slightly cooler, with 1-5mm of rain again expected across the Great Lakes.
Temperatures will range between 20 to 24 away from the coast, while on the coast it will be a slightly warmer 21 to 26.
Rainfall figures for this month are well up on the long-term average, with communities such as Bungwahl and Pacific Palms receiving around 500mm last weekend alone.
A hazardous surf warning has been issued for the Mid North Coast.
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