Keep up to date with the bushfire situation with our rolling coverage Tuesday, November 12 is shaping up to be another tough day on the fire grounds with hot and windy conditions predicted. Weatherzone meteorologist Hannah Wilson said Tuesday, with a predicted maximum temperature of 33 degrees, was looking to be another day when any bushfires could definitely pick up. Tuesday is predicted as the hottest day of the week with temperatures then dropping to between 25 and 29 for the rest of the week. The temperature is expected to reach around 25 degrees on Sunday, November 10 with sunny conditions and a little lighter winds in the morning. Miss Wilson said some stronger southerly winds were expected on Sunday afternoon. Winds could turn more south-easterly around 4pm Sunday. "Looking further into the week, Monday will have similar conditions temperature-wise and winds shifting more north-easterly and possibly a little bit gusty at times in the afternoon," she said. The week's weather trend includes lighter winds in the mornings which pick up in the afternoons. More on the bushfires: While you're with us, you can now receive updates straight to your inbox from the Port Macquarie News. To make sure you're up to date with all the news, SIGN UP HERE.