THE Ulladulla SES is preparing to answer any calls for help as the wet weather continues.
The Ulladulla SES advises that rain is expected to continue today [Friday November 26] and there is a possibility of storms this afternoon and periods of heavier rain.
The winds will be southerly direction, according to the SES
Lake Tabourie is still closed but under review this morning and at 5.25am Tabourie reached 1.35m - many yards were inundated.
The Ulladulla SES asks people to please take care in these wet conditions.
If you need sandbags they are available at SES headquarters in Camden Street but please call 132 500 to arrange access - the number is now working again.
Brooman is rising slowly 3.22m at 5.47am, while lakes Burrill and Conjola are open and tidal but there is some pooling on and near roads so travel only if you need to and remember to never walk, ride, play or drive through floodwater.
Your local SES team is on standby.
If you need SES Emergency assistance call 132 500 but please be patient.
If the emergency is life-threatening please call 000.