Don't adjust your sets: it's groundhog day.
Meteorologist with weatherzone Brett Dutschke described the current conditions as a "slow moving weather pattern with little change likely”.
"It is a bit like groundhog day," he said.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will virtually mirror each other with the chance of slight showers each morning and evening along the coastal fringe.
Inland areas including Wauchope, Kendall and Kew will likely see more showers - up to two millimetres.
"Each day will be fairly dry with those morning and evening possible showers," Mr Dutschke said.
"With fairly cool winds from the south east, temperatures will be staying a little below the average.
"Once we get to Friday the wind will change to the north east and will become a bit warmer."
This will push maximum daytime temperatures to just above 26 degrees which is the average for the early part of December.
We are looking at a dry weekend but with a very slight chance of some drizzle early each morning.
The maximum temperature for Wednesday and Thursday is 25 degrees, and one degree higher for Friday.
Minimum temperatures will be 16 degrees on Thursday and Friday.
On the weekend the temperature range will be 15 degrees to 27 degrees and on Sunday 16 degrees to 27 degrees.
Out to sea the winds on Wednesday and Thursday will be 10 to 15 knots and picking up on Friday with a north easterly wind to 15 to 25 knots.
Wave heights will remain fairly small at 1 to 2 metres on Wednesday and 2 metres offshore.
Thursday will drop down to 1 to 1.5 metres before picking up to 2 metres on Friday through to Sunday.
Port Macquarie lifeguard supervisor James Turnham said Town Beach and Flynns Beach were the best spots for a swim through the end of this week.
He said the one foot conditions were ideal to enjoy a swim.
The water temperature is about 19 degrees.
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