Victoria prepares for bad weather at over 100 km / h and stormy nights when heavy rains are expected in parts of the state.
The Meteorological Department has issued warnings about wind, flood and sea breeze damage in most of the state, as well as blizzard conditions at alpine peaks, and the storm is projected to worsen around 1 am Thursday.
Central and eastern Melbourne face winds with an average speed of 50-60 km / h, with peak windstorms of 100 km / h, but in some parts of the central, north-central and northeastern regions, Melbourne, Bendigo, Seymour and Maryborough , Ballarat, Geelong and Traralgon are listed in the rainfall message.
Gippsland is expected to face the worst conditions predicted on the southern coast of Gippsland with a gust of 110 km / h in Port Phillip, the Gippsland Mountains, the Central Mountains, and an average wind speed of 60 to 70 km / h. I will.
Heavy rain warnings have also been issued in the western and southern parts of Gippsland.
“This event isn’t just about flood-leading rainfall. It’s a big wind factor,” said Kevin Parkin, senior meteorologist at BoM. Channel nine..
BoM is also the first large-scale flood warning on the Avon, McAllister, and Thomson rivers, and the Banip, Dandenon Creek, Welliby, Gourburn, Latrobe, Traralgon Creek, and Yarra rivers.
SES warns drivers to note that roads and highways can be closed, especially if floods hit the Prince Highway and Stratford on Sale.
Authorities have also repeatedly stated that residents under the blockade of COVID-19 are allowed to leave their homes due to floods and storms.
A Melbourne man saw a rare sight on Wednesday morning and tweeted a video of a small “heavy rain” snowfall near Aurora Melbourne Central in the city.
Flood warning issued in preparation for strong winds and heavy rains in Victoria
Source link Flood warning issued in preparation for strong winds and heavy rains in Victoria