For a second consecutive night storms have left their mark on the Central Coast, though we weren't hit as hard this time.
The SES has responded to 12 calls for assistance across the Gosford and Wyong areas in the last 24 hours, among them, a branch falling on a house.
They've now responded to 52 calls for help on the Coast in the past two nights.
While 10 homes remain without power in Mount White this morning, after an outage that hit the suburb, Mooney Mooney and Bar Point last night. It's the eleventh such outage for the Coast since Saturday, when a heatwave preceded the storms.
The good news is that some relief is on the way, with the BOM reporting thunderstorms will be centered around Northern NSW for the rest of the week.
A spokesperson said there'll be generally cloudy conditions with rising temperatures on the Coast over the next few days, peaking on Saturday when it'll be 35 in Gosford and 33 in Norah Head.
That evening there's the potential for further storms as another front moves across NSW, before conditions ease again on Sunday and the temperatures drops to the low twenties.