Students at several schools are being advised not to travel to school if it is unsafe to do so tomorrow.
Students at St Michael's Catholic Primary School in Mittagong and St Thomas Aquinas Catholic Primary School in Bowral have been advised to exercise caution on Monday.
Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong directorate services head Tim Gilmour issued a statement on Sunday afternoon.
"Based on the current weather conditions and the latest severe weather warning from the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), CEDoW is asking all staff and families not to put their personal safety at risk in terms of travelling to school tomorrow," the statement read.
"The BOM has warned that the wet conditions are set to worsen and there is flash flooding, power outages and extensive disruptions to roads and transport services impacting several areas across the diocese.
"Please do not underestimate these conditions and jeopardise your safety for the purposes of travelling to work (school) tomorrow. We will assess the conditions over the next 24 hours and continue to update you as necessary."
Both schools will be operational, unless there are any further announcements made.
Burrawang Public School will be closed on Monday.
The school informed families in a Facebook post on Sunday night.
"Burrawang school will be non-operational tomorrow, Monday the 10th of February due to current and forecast weather conditions. That means the school will be closed to staff and students," the Facebook post said.
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