The Port Macquarie-Hastings will see a mixed bag of weather conditions over the next few days.
According to meteorologist with weatherzone Tom Hough, we should see some showers persisting from Sunday afternoon through into Monday.
He says conditions, more generally, will feature some sunshine too.
"The Port Macquarie-Hastings will see some showers developing later in the day on Thursday which could continue into the early evening," he said.
"The temperature is likely to max out at around 20 degrees.
"The overnight minimum for Friday is 7 degrees before a maximum of 21 degrees.
"Friday is likely to be a fairly pleasant day with clear skies."
Mr Hough said winds should pick up on Friday and will be at their strongest by mid-afternoon before easing leading into the evening.
"The winds will be moderate to fresh at around 20 to 30 kilometres per hour," he added.
Saturday's minimum temperature is 7 degrees with a maximum of 22 degrees. Winds are likely to be pretty light but the day will be generally sunny.
Sunday is likely to start with a minimum of 7 degrees and maximum of 23 degrees. We can expect clear skies to start the day before cloud could, potentially, build during the day.
"It is looking fairly clear at this stage but there could be a late shower toward the end of the day," Mr Hough said.
"Monday could see some showers persisting overnight with heavier showers late in the day."
Out on the water, you can expect wave heights of 2 to 2.5 metres on Thursday before easing on Friday to 1 to 1.5 metres. On Saturday, wave heights could be 1.5 metres before building again to around 2 metres on Sunday.
Always check with local authorities before heading out to sea.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a strong wind warning for the Macquarie Coast and Byron and Coffs coasts until midnight September 21.