No damage was recorded on the Monaro despite strong winds hitting the region over the weekend.
SES local controller Mick Thomas said it was a quiet weekend despite wind gusts of around 80km per hour.
"There were no incidents except for a roof with some loose tin," Mr Thomas said.
Cooma recorded wind speeds of 89km per hour on Saturday while at Thredbo Top Station wind gusts reached 96 km per hour.
Gliders were grounded at the national gliding event at Bunyan Airfield on Thursday, due to the strong windy conditions.
Continuing windy weather is forecast for the next few days, with north to north westerly winds today (Tuesday) reaching 55 km per hour in the morning, decreasing to 35 km per hour on Wednesday morning, tending southwesterly on Thursday morning.