The intense low that caused the flooding rain on the north NSW coast has moved into the Tasman and is set to stall. That means that it will sit there spiralling around whipping up huge seas while producing strong southerly winds.
The shower activity will ease further with mostly fine conditions returning to the coast. There is an increased chance of seeing a little more shower activity in between Gosford and Taree.
The main feature will be the huge waves making for some pretty epic surfing conditions in the protected, southern, point breaks along the east coast.