THE Ulladulla SES and emergency service teams has had an intense and busy 24-hours.
The latest incident is for wires down on Princes Highway near Slaughter House Road due to fallen trees.
Traffic is affected in both directions and motorists are asked to exercise caution and allow extra travel time if in the area.
Utility company staff, emergency services and people from Shoalhaven City Council are on the scene.
Meanwhile, the Ulladulla SES unit has responded to over 54 calls for help which includes trees down on roads and flooding.
They are still responding to many other calls for assistance.
A spokesperson for the SES said they ask people who are waiting for assistance to be patient and help will arrive as soon as it can.
The spokesperson added if people did need sandbags they can go and pick them up from the unit's base at 188 Camden Street, Ulladulla.
Lake Conjola, given its history of flooding, is an area the SES is monitoring.
The lake's water level is up but according to the spokesperson is holding at this stage.
People in need of assistance can call 132 500 or call 000 if the matter is life threatening.
More than 130mm of rain has fallen on the Shoalhaven since 9am on Sunday, July 26 and the SES has urged residents to beware of flood waters.
Wind gusts of up to 80km/h have been recorded by the Bureau of Meteorology, and are forecast to persist today.