The Port Macquarie-Hastings can expect warmer than average minimum temperatures this week along with the chance of some light showers.
It's a mixed bag for weather, really.
Meteorologist with weatherzone Tom Hough said Monday's maximum temperature will reach 23 degrees with mostly sunny conditions continuing through into Tuesday.
"The main difference tomorrow (Tuesday), is that the temperature will climb to 26 degrees which is two degrees above the average for this time of the year," he said.
"Tuesday and Wednesday are likely to remain mostly dry with the odd light shower later in the day, which could also linger into Thursday.
"The maximum temperature for both days will be 25 degrees."
Thursday will see a general cooling of the maximum temperature topping out at 23 degrees and we can also expect to see a few more showers around.
These showers will be more likely further inland with less chance on the coastal fringes, Mr Hough said.
"Friday will likely see a continuation of the overnight showers. In between those showers we should also see some sunny conditions too," he added.
In between those showers we should also see some sunny conditions too.Tom Hough
Friday's temperature will climb to a top of 25 degrees.
Overnight temperatures from Wednesday will be around the 15 degree mark, which is three degrees above the average for this time of the year.
Mr Hough said a low pressure trough currently sitting over NSW is funnelling warm air from Queensland.
"By Wednesday we should see more southerly winds before they turn more onshore on Thursday which will bring those showers," the meteorologist said.
"There is not a huge amount of moisture around at the moment so those showers will be minimal - one to two millimetres at best.
"Out to sea, mariners can expect one to two metre wave heights each day for the entire week. The only change could be on Wednesday when wave heights could be slightly higher.
"Winds will tend to be light through the week although Wednesday could see an increase to moderate to fresh conditions.
"Otherwise, the winds will be pretty light," he said.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a marine wind warning for the NSW coastline covering Monday, October 22.
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