Sydney and NSW coastal residents are in for more wet weather with showers and possible storms predicted throughout the day.
The Bureau of Meteorology says central and southern NSW coastal areas will experience offshore winds, which have caused havoc since ex-cyclone Uesi passed through to the south of the country.
Intermittent showers are expected through central Sydney and southern parts of the state on Sunday.
Thunderstorms may also develop across NSW, including in the Snowy Mountains, parts of the Northern Rivers, Hunter, Metropolitan, South Coast, Southern Tablelands, South West Slopes, North West Slopes and Plains, and Northern Tablelands forecast districts.
A severe thunderstorm warning was cancelled for the Southern Tablelands district early on Saturday.
A hazardous surf warning remains for the Hunter Coast, Sydney Coast, Illawarra Coast, Batemans Coast and Eden Coast after dangerous seas battered the coast over the past few days, littering several beaches with debris.
Minor flood warnings continue for Richmond, Wilsons River, Clarence, Bellingen, Orara, Gwydir, Paroo and Weir rivers as well as for the St Georges basin.
Australian Associated Press