Two bushfires are being attended to by fire crews

Smoke stretched across Tuncurry on September 13 as a result of the bushfire. Photo: Scott Calvin.

Smoke stretched across Tuncurry on September 13 as a result of the bushfire. Photo: Scott Calvin.

A 2538 hectare bushfire is still burning near the Lakes Way, Tuncurry.

A small flare up on September 19 resulted in a haze of smoke covering the area.

Residents are advised that there is no immediate danger.

The bushfire caused the Lakes Way to be closed for several hours on September 13, before the blaze was brought under control.

A 1042 hectare bushfire at Old Inn Road, Bulahdelah also remains under control.

The Rural Fire Service has maintained a very high fire danger warning for the North Coast.

This is expected to continue over the weekend.

Keep up-to-date with the fires at www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/fire-information/fires-near-me.

It might officially be spring, but this coming weekend is going to be a summer scorcher.

There is no chance of rain, and it will be mostly sunny with light winds.

Warm temperatures continue to climb, with Friday reaching a top of 30 degrees.

Saturday will have a minimum of 13 and a maximum of 33. Temperatures will peak on Sunday with a very warm minimum of 19 and the daytime temperature reaching 35 degrees.

Mondays temperatures are 15/28, with Tuesday being a more bearable 23 degrees.

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