Coffs Harbour was hit by a severe storm this afternoon. Residents took footage of the weather event, as large hail smashed the region for the second time this week.
The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) reported four-centimetre hail in the area as well as 115km/h gusts.
Another storm caused havoc south of Sydney, with reports of damage to homes at Thirlmere with windows smashed.
One family was lucky to avoid injury after a tree fell on their home.
Following the cancellation of a severe thunderstorms warning for parts of Hunter, Metropolitan, Illawarra, Central Tablelands, North West Slopes and Plains and Northern Tablelands Forecast, the BoM had issued a another weather warning later in the evening.
A line of storms continued to push to the coast, bringing possible large hailstones and damaging winds for people on the Mid North Coast, around Port Macquarie, Taree, Kempsey, Wingham, Nelson Bay and Yarrowitch.
However, all warning were called shortly before midnight, with the BoM announcing “severe storms have now cleared the NSW coast”.