Pockets of rainfall across South Coast

Half an inch of rain fell at Point Perpendicular.  Photo: Bayside Aerial Images - Laurie Owens. (file pic).
Half an inch of rain fell at Point Perpendicular. Photo: Bayside Aerial Images - Laurie Owens. (file pic).

Rainfall between Kiama and Ulladulla was hit and miss on Wednesday evening.

Point Perpendicular recorded 12.8mm to 9am on September 20, the largest dumping of rain for a fortnight at Jervis Bay.

Kiama received a similar amount with 11.4mm recorded at the Brighton Street.

The coastal hamlet of Bendalong recorded 6.2mm, a stark contrast to Ulladulla further south which received a minuscule 0.2mm.

4.4mm fell in Berry while Nowra recorded 0mm.

Looking ahead to the weekend Weatherzone predicts a high of 24 degrees in Nowra on Saturday and 18 degrees, with a possible shower, on Sunday.

Kiama is forecast for a cooler 21 degrees on Saturday with a possible shower on Sunday.

Ulladulla is forecast to have warmer nights with lows of 11 degrees and 13 degrees on Saturday and Sunday, reaching a maximum of 19 degrees and 17 degrees on Sunday.

A southerly could bring late showers to the Southern Shoalhaven by Sunday.

This story Pockets of rainfall across South Coast first appeared on Milton Ulladulla Times.

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