Wild winds not over yet

Eden coastal waters will have been the subject of five consecutive days of wind-related warnings by Friday.

Eden coastal waters will have been the subject of five consecutive days of wind-related warnings by Friday.

Weather warnings are again in place for Eden coastal waters, with Friday to mark the fifth straight day of wind-related cautions issued by the Bureau of Meteorology.

Northwesterly winds of up to 30 knots on Thursday have prompted the BOM to issue a gale warning, while gusts are expected to reach up to 35 knots offshore south of Green Cape during the afternoon.

The gale warning will be replaced by a strong wind warning on Friday, with 30 knots the expected top during the evening.

Incredibly, despite consistently strong winds that reached their peak on Tuesday, the Eden SES haven't received a single call for assistance this week.

Seas will climb as high as three metres on both days, with southwesterly swells of three metres on Friday predicted to be the biggest for the remainder of the working week.

On the rainfall front, possible showers are expected on Monday after a mostly sunny Saturday, with every other day of the current forecast set to be partly cloudy.

Temperatures will reach a top of 19°C on Friday, and a low of 6°C from Monday through to Wednesday.

Just south of the border, a severe weather warning in in place for the East Gippsland forecast district, along with a gale warning for Gippsland coastal waters.

A sunny Saturday is the only bright spot for Mallacoota in an otherwise miserable week, which includes rain for three straight days starting Monday.

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