It's time to break out the woolly socks and don your warmest dressing gown with cold weather set to impact the Port Macquarie-Hastings region.
According to Weatherzone meteorologist Graeme Brittain, Monday is predicted to be the chilliest day, with the temperature set to reach 17 degrees.
However, Mr Brittain said due to strong winds the temperature will feel more like 13 degrees.
"There will be a gusty south-westerly change which will push up the coast," he said.
"It's going to feel significantly colder than the actual temperature."
There's a 50 to 60 per cent chance wind gusts will reach above 80km/h.
"The winds will definitely be noticeable on the coast on Monday," Mr Brittain said.
For the rest of Friday, August 7 about 10 to 20mm is predicted to fall in the space of 12 hours from 3pm.
In early August the average daily temperature for Port Macquarie is 19 degrees.
Mr Brittain said Saturday will bring warmer than average weather to the area, reaching a top of 21 degrees.
There also could be some thunderstorms in the area, set to eventuate in the afternoon and bring more rainfall.
Sunday will be cooler, drier and temperatures will peak at about 17 degrees.
The swell is predicted to sit around one to one and a half metres over Saturday and Sunday.
Monday could see swell peak at three to four metres, due to the strong winds and associated pressure system.
For warm weather lovers - temperatures are expected to climb back up to the mid 20s by Thursday, August 13.