Wind gusts of more than 80 kilometres per hour have lashed the Hunter on Monday, keeping State Emergency Service crews on their toes throughout the region.
The strong winds have been felt at Nobbys, where gusts of 83km/h have been recorded on Monday.
SES crews had responded to 36 jobs throughout the Hunter/Central Coast area across Sunday and Monday, with the majority being storm and wind-related.
Most of the damage was on the Central Coast. Wyong had 10 callouts and Gosford had 8. Another five each were also logged in Maitland and Cessnock, while Newcastle had three.
A NSW SES spokesperson said as the weather system moves north, crews were expecting to see more jobs in the region later on Monday.
Residents are advised to park their vehicles undercover and away from trees and to secure or bring inside loose items on their properties.
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