The ACT escaped the worst of a severe storm that swept across NSW, although parts of Canberra still received strong winds and hail.
Hail was seen in parts of Gungahlin on Tuesday evening, although nowhere near as large as the hail seen in Canberra last month that devastated the ACT.
Small hail stones were also recorded over the border near Googong.
A spokeswoman for the ACT Emergency Services Agency said there were six calls for assistance on Tuesday evening in relation to the storm and strong winds.
The calls were mostly from damage due to fallen tree branches, and were concentrated around Gilmore and Kaleen.
All call-outs were completed by 10pm.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a severe storm warning for the ACT on Tuesday evening and warned of damaging winds coming in from the north-west.
Meteorologist at the bureau Gabrielle Woodhouse said Canberra escaped the brunt of the storms, which heavily impacted parts of Sydney.
Winds of up to 111km/h were seen across Sydney at the height of the storm on Tuesday.
"While we didn't see the thunderstorm reach the severe criteria over Canberra itself, there were a number of places in NSW that saw strong wind gusts," she said.
"Canberra was lucky in terms of missing out, as the potential was there, and we saw that realised across much of NSW.
"The storm was reasonably short lived."
Canberra Airport recorded four millimetres of rain in the 24 hours to 9am on Wednesday, while another 3.4 millimetres was registered near Lake Burley Griffin.
Wind gusts of up to 60km/h were seen at the peak of the storm in Canberra, just after 7.30pm.
While Tuesday's storm wasn't as severe as the one that hit the area in January, Canberrans weren't taking their chances a second time around.
Many photos were seen on social media of car owners protecting their vehicles in outdoor car parks with mattresses, blankets and even pool noodles.
Ms Woodhouse said storms were not likely to return to the ACT this week, as the trough that brought on the weather event moved out to sea.
"Canberra itself over the next couple of days doesn't look like it has a great likelihood of showers," she said.
"It looks at this point Friday and Saturday will have the best chance at rainfall, but not large totals."
Wednesday is expected to reach a top of 23 with partly cloudy conditions expected.