A Weatherzone meteorologist says residents can expect rain to fall on most days this week.
Hannah Wilson said rain is expected to start falling from Tuesday night and continue through the week, with the heaviest amount expected on either Thursday night or Friday.
Ms Wilson said at some points the rainfall will be heavy, with up to 10-15mm predicted.
It's likely, she said for some of the rainfall to be accompanied by thunderstorms, particularly later on in the week.
Temperatures through the week, Ms Wilson said will be slightly above average for January, with most days reaching a top of 29. The daily average temperature for January is 28.
Most days are predicted to be accompanied by cool winds from the east or the south.
The Golden Lure tournament is expected to go ahead on Monday, January 13 after rough weather conditions prevented it from taking place on Sunday, January 12.
The week-long event is hosted by the Port Macquarie Game Fishing Club and started on Friday, January 10 with a briefing and calcutta.
Marine Rescue Port Macquarie unit commander Greg Davies said he was proud of the behaviour displayed by water vessels over the weekend.
Mr Davies is urging people to take care of their wellbeing out on the water by making sure they log on with the organisation and pay attention to the weather conditions.
Meanwhile a Hazardous Surf Warning has been issued for Monday, January 13 by the Bureau of Meteorology, for areas including Coffs Coast, Macquarie Coast, Hunter Coast, Sydney Coast, Illawarra Coast, Batemans Coast and Eden Coast.
Swell conditions are expected to be hazardous for coastal activities such as rock fishing, boating, and swimming in those areas.
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