Strong winds on Saturday almost knocked people sideways but the area escaped relatively lightly.
Goulburn SES unit controller Daryl Skinner said a crew had attended six call-outs from 10.15am to 4pm.
Four of these were to homes in Goulburn where roofing iron had lifted. The SES was also called to the former IGA supermarket in Crestwood Drive where sheets of tin roofing were flapping and threatening to dislodge.
At Bungonia on Saturday afternoon, a crew was dealing with another roof job, where strong gusts had dislodged about one-third of the structure.
Mr Skinner said another crew, emerging from storm training, would bolster ranks this evening.
However the wind is expected to abate on Saturday night, before picking up again on Sunday. It is not expected to be as strong.
The Bureau of Meteorology recorded a top gust of 98km/h at noon on Saturday. At 5pm it was still gusting at 83km/h.
Meantime, fire authorities have also reported a quiet time, despite Friday's very high fire danger rating.
Southern Tablelands RFS district coordinator George Sheppard said crews attended two pile burns at Middle Arm and Wiabrough, both in the Upper Lachlan Shire, on Friday. Both were extinguished quickly, as was another at Jerrara Road, South Marulan on Saturday, reported at 2.40pm.
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