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Clean Up Continues After Storms Hit Coffs Coast

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Clean Up Continues After Storms Hit Coffs Coast

Parts of the Coffs Coast are cleaning up after wild storms ripped through the region on Wednesday afternoon.

Urunga, Mylestom and Raleigh the hardest hit by strong winds and heavy rain.

Shane Fernie from Urunga arrived home to a large tree branch on the family's trampoline.

While Krystie Boyes may not have been on par for her golf game, the beer was still cold at the C.ex Urunga Golf Course when she took this photo of a tree that uprooted and fell on the course.

Meanwhile, Rhiannah sent us these photos uplose at the Golf Course and also some of the debris near the Ocean View Hotel.

The SES worked into the night to clean up debris and trees in Mylestom.

More than 3500 customers across the region were without power for a number of hours following the storms.

Hot temperature and storms are forecast for the next few days, with Saturday expected to hit 37 degrees.