Victoria’s Wet Weather Week After Easter Monday Storm

A severe weather warning is in place for Victoria after around 50mm of rain fell on Easter Monday overnight.

Yesterday cars were trapped in flash floods, trees fell on roads and the SES responded to over 500 calls for help.

Major clean-ups are underway in the metropolitan while a cold front and rainband move across Victoria with isolated thunderstorms.

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Morgan Pumpa from the Bureau of Meteorology says severe weather warnings for heavy rainfall and damaging winds will continue into the week.

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The Bureau’s Forecast for Tuesday, April 2nd:

The Bureau issued a warning for North East and parts of Central, East Gippsland, North Central, West and South Gippsland and Northern Country Forecast Districts.

These areas are forecast for 30 to 50mm of rain over six hours, potential flash flooding and warnings for sheep graziers.

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