Weather conditions eased somewhat today until early afternoon allowing fire crews to conduct back burning.
The Hillville Road fire has been downgraded to Watch and Act with the Rumba Dump fire, which impacted Caparra and Bobin, has been downgraded to advice. However both fires are still out of control.
"Crews are working on all of the firegrounds trying to strengthen and shore up as much containment as they can ahead of the weather that we're expecting on Tuesday," NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) Mid Coast director, Stuart Robb said.
"On Tuesday we're expecting similar or worse conditions that we had last Friday, so the risk of the current fires flaring and breaching containment is real. People need to remain vigilent and realise that there is a great risk to life and property coming into Tuesday.
"If you plan to leave early prepare your home as best you can before you go as well prepared homes have reduced impact from embers. And it's important to keep up to date. Download the Fires Near App, stay listening to the radio.
"It's sort of getting ready, bunker and down and wait and see at this point in time," Mr Robb said.