Rains drench Bega Valley, huge swells batter coast | Your photos

The East Coast Low that arrived on the Far South Coast earlier this week brought with it heavy seas and flooding.

You, our readers, were there to take some amazing pictures of the intense swells battering the coastline.

The weather system did bring welcome rains, with the rainfall for our region recorded on Weatherzone.

In Bega, by 9am on Monday morning, July 13, 56mm had fallen as well as 66mm of rain by the same time on Tuesday, July 14.

Bermagui, which is recorded at Narooma, received 59mm by Monday morning and 45mm by Tuesday morning.

Merimbula received 56mm by Monday morning and 55mm by Tuesday morning.

Meanwhile, the Bureau of Meteorology has stated surf and swell conditions are expected to be hazardous for coastal activities such as rock fishing, boating, and swimming in the Batemans and Eden Coasts over Friday and Saturday, releasing a hazardous surf warning for the regions.

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