The brutal storm season has hit the local area hard it's no surprise to see Mollymook and Ulladulla leading the way as most impacted towns in the Shoalhaven. The latest NRMA Insurance Wild Weather Tracker (the Tracker) has revealed the huge impact of wild weather in eastern Australia over the past three months with the insurer recording its highest number of home claims for weather damage in spring. . The Tracker monitors severe weather claims received by NRMA Insurance in communities across NSW, QLD and the ACT and is released after every season to help people prepare and protect themselves from wild weather. The Tracker has Mollymook in as the number one hardest hit Shoalhaven town, Ulladulla second and Sanctuary Point Read More: Gigs aplenty at Milton Theatre The data shows that in a typical spring, wild weather accounts for just over half (55%) of all NRMA Insurance home claims, however in spring 2021, two-thirds (66%) of all home claims in NSW, QLD and the ACT were caused by wild weather. Read More: Rise on COVID numbers With a La Nina weather system now officially declared for Australia's east coast, NRMA Insurance's Executive Manager Natural Perils, Mark Leplastrier, urged Australians to take the threat of a wet and potentially wild summer seriously. "Spring featured some of the most unpredictable and extreme weather we have seen in many years, and with a La Nina system now declared, we could be in for more wet weather over summer," Mr Leplastrier said. "From flooding in central NSW and western QLD, to tornadoes and earthquakes hitting NSW and Victoria, as well as record rain and hail events across the east coast - it has been an ominous start to Storm Season. To prepare for a wetter than usual summer ahead of us, it's important that people start thinking about how they can protect their homes from thunderstorms and fast moving hailstorms."