A series of very high tide marks will affect the NSW East Coast over the coming days. High water marks of up to 2.07m are expected to peak on Wednesday January 3 around Central Coast waterways.
NSW Maritime Services advise that the seasonably high water marks may cause coastal erosion and flooding especially if winds and wave activity is high in low lying areas.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting relatively mild weather, though larger swell and winds are likely moving into next week. Daily Forecast can be viewed here.
Readers are encouraged to conduct their own research at the BOM & RMS websites, links below.