A first peak at blue skies above the Shoalhaven this morning after a week of heavy rainfall.
The Weather Bureau has lifted the severe weather warning for the Shoalhaven as the slow moving off-shore low continues to weaken.
Weather Bureau forecaster Helen Reid "We are expecting to see an easing trend in weather across the Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands during the next few days.
"There will be showers and thunderstorms and we do also need to be mindful there is still hazardous surf conditions, " she said.
Ms Reid said, "Blue skies, doesn't everybody want blue skies but we can't expect them anytime soon."
She said, "Possibly on Thursday next week, we have a few days of rainfall and thunderstorms, some of those will be severe thunderstorms, but we are expecting maybe an easing trend towards the middle of next week."
Minor flooding is occurring along the Shoalhaven River.
The Shoalhaven River at Nowra peaked at 3.21 metres around 2:00 am Thursday and is currently at 2.69 metres and falling with minor flooding.
The Shoalhaven River at Terara peaked at 3.12 metres around 3:00 am Thursday and is currently at 2.56 metres and falling with minor flooding.
The Bureau of Meteorology it is expected that flood water may still impact low lying areas, roads and causeways including but not limited to:
Shoalhaven Heads, Greenwell Point, Culburra- Orient Point
Bolong Road to Broughton Ck Bridge and Burrier Road
Shoalhaveen Ski Park and Coolendel Camping Reserve and Caravan Park
The Bureau said the Comerang Island Ferry Service is still impacted by this predicted flooding.
Images: Peter Andrea