SIGNIFICANT areas of NSW and the ACT will experience gusty and potentially damaging wind conditions until tomorrow (September 21), according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
The Bureau released a statement just after 1pm today (September 20) saying these winds have the potential to bring down trees and powerlines, and the NSW State Emergency Service is urging people to clean-up loose items around their properties, take care if involved in outdoor activities, and reconsider marine activities such as boating or rock fishing, especially with the school holidays underway.
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