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AustraliaAntarctic blasts turns on Melbourne

06:00  29 may  2019
06:00  29 may  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Australia’s Antarctic blast turned on Melbourne this morning, which is shivering through its coldest day of the year so far. The city is tipped to reach Antarctic air blast bringing more snow and colder temperatures. Cities across Australia’s south-east are going to get even colder and up to 40cm of.

While Melbourne will experience fairly cold weather all week, on Thursday it will drop to just 13 degrees on both Thursday and Friday, with a low of just 6 on Friday. The weekend won’t get much warmer, jumping just two degrees to 15 on Saturday and 16 on Sunday. Showers are also forecast and they

Australia’s Antarctic blast turned on Melbourne this morning, which is shivering through its coldest day of the year so far.

The city is tipped to reach just 12 degrees today with strong winds, thunderstorms and high chances of rain throughout the day.

The current ‘feels like’ temperature is 5.2C thanks by cold southerly winds.

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Melbourne is forecast to receive between 10-20 millimetres of rain, with the rand band missing much of the rest of the state.

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Australia’s Antarctic blast turned on Melbourne this morning, which is shivering through its coldest day of the year so far. The city is tipped to reach just 12 degrees today with strong winds, thunderstorms and high chances of rain throughout the day. The current ‘feels like’ temperature is

Get ready to FREEZE: Antarctic blast set to sweep across Australia on Thursday will send temperatures plunging 10C overnight in the coldest snap since Melbourne is set to experience its coldest May weather since 1978 on Thursday and Friday as temperatures struggle to rise above 12C.

Ballarat in the state’s north-west is pegged to reach just seven degrees, recording its coldest May day in 19 years.

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Gale warnings are in place for the Gippsland Lakes, West Coast, Central Gippsland Coast and East Gippsland Coast, with strong wind warnings in place for Port Phillip, Western Port and Central Coast.

Damaging winds, with peak gusts of around 90 km/h, are possible with thunderstorms and heavy showers across the south-west, south and eastern parts of the state.

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Severe weather warnings are in place for people in Central, East Gippsland, South West, North Central, North East, West and South Gippsland and parts of Wimmera Forecast Districts.

Antarctic air blast bringing more snow and colder temperatures

Antarctic air blast bringing more snow and colder temperatures Cities across Australia’s south-east are going to get even colder and up to 40cm of snow will fall before the week ends.

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Locations which may be affected include Warrnambool, Ballarat, Geelong, Melbourne, Traralgon and Bairnsdale.

Victoria’s alpine region have been hit with more snow with temperatures staying in the negatives for the rest of the day, less than two-weeks out from the official start of the 2019 ski season.

The Bureau of Meteorology have warned that blizzard conditions may be experiences over the Alpine areas until late afternoon.

Strongest wind gusts recorded between midnight and 10.30am include:

122 km/h at Wilsons Promontory at 4.03am

119 km/h at Mt Hotham at 1.53am

102 km/h at Cape Nelson at 7.08am

96 km/h at Cape Otway at 5.54am

91 km/h at Port Fairy at 12.32am

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