STORM season officially began on October 1 and already in four days many parts of the Shoalhaven and further along the South Coast have experienced a number of storms.
Thunderstorms, lightning and heavy rain has been recorded across the region.
Parts of northern Shoalhaven even experienced hail last Friday afternoon, as the Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe weather warning for large parts of the South Coast.
And for those keen photographers there has been some amazing cloud formations.
Huskisson resident Colin Whelan captured one of the incredible storm formations as it rolled over Jervis Bay last Friday.
Further south, and places like Batemans Bay and Broulee also experienced some lightning, thunder and rain but it was all over and over in about half an hour to 45 minutes.
We asked you for some of your storm photos and as usual, you didn't let us down with a number of sensational photos sent in.
The Bureau of Meteorology has advised storm season - which runs through to the end of March - is likely to see increased chances of strong winds, heavy rain, and the likelihood of floods.
For emergency assistance in storms or floods, call 132 500.
In life-threatening situations, call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
If you have any photographs you would like to have included in our storm photo coverage, send them too firstname.lastname@example.org and please include your name and where the photograph was taken.