Flash flood warning to follow scorching spring weather

Pack away your bathers and get your umbrellas ready – summer is set to be rung in with a fierce rainstorm.
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As Melbourne breaks records on Wednesday for warm spring weather, we are being asked to brace ourselves for “extreme” rain to hit on Friday.

The city is forecast to be lashed with more than its monthly December rainfall average in just the first two days of summer.

Meanwhile, some areas of the state are expected to cop up to 250 millimetres.

“It’s certainly going to be a very wet start to summer,” Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Richard Carlyon said. Hot weather in #Melbourne sets a new record of 13 days over 30 degrees prior to Summer, beating the previous record of 12 days in 2009. 35 degrees forecast today, but don’t tell #[email protected]_Qld…..they haven’t had one 30 degree day this November! https://t苏州夜场招聘/VQTDMcLcODpic.twitter苏州夜总会招聘/dSp3GpNZ9R??? Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria (@BOM_Vic) November 28, 2017 iFrameResize({resizedCallback : function(messageData){}},”#pez_iframe_weather_3″);

Melbourne is forecast to receive up to 50 millimetres of rain on both Friday and Saturday, almost double December’s entire average of 60 millimetres.

Mr Carlyon said rain levels could rise quickly and a flash flood warning was likely for the entire state. #VICStorms outlook for today. Severe thunderstorms possible in western #Victoria this afternoon with large hail and heavy rain the main threats. Thunderstorms also possible over the Eastern Ranges. Keep an eye out for warnings: https://t苏州夜场招聘/ap6V1hCrbEpic.twitter苏州夜总会招聘/wUsCPwbijM??? Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria (@BOM_Vic) November 29, 2017 iFrameResize({resizedCallback : function(messageData){}},”#pez_iframe_weather_35″);

At 1.30pm the mercury had hit 34, with a predicted high of 35.

It breaks the previous record of 12 pre-summer days above 30 degrees in 2009.

Pack away your bathers and get your umbrellas ready – summer is set to be rung in with a fierce rainstorm.
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As Melbourne breaks records on Wednesday for warm spring weather, we are being asked to brace ourselves for “extreme” rain to hit on Friday.

The city is forecast to be lashed with more than its monthly December rainfall average in just the first two days of summer.

Meanwhile, some areas of the state are expected to cop up to 250 millimetres.

“It’s certainly going to be a very wet start to summer,” Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Richard Carlyon said. Hot weather in #Melbourne sets a new record of 13 days over 30 degrees prior to Summer, beating the previous record of 12 days in 2009. 35 degrees forecast today, but don’t tell #[email protected]_Qld…..they haven’t had one 30 degree day this November! https://t苏州夜场招聘/VQTDMcLcODpic.twitter老域名购买/dSp3GpNZ9R??? Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria (@BOM_Vic) November 28, 2017 iFrameResize({resizedCallback : function(messageData){}},”#pez_iframe_weather_3″);

Melbourne is forecast to receive up to 50 millimetres of rain on both Friday and Saturday, almost double December’s entire average of 60 millimetres.

Mr Carlyon said rain levels could rise quickly and a flash flood warning was likely for the entire state. #VICStorms outlook for today. Severe thunderstorms possible in western #Victoria this afternoon with large hail and heavy rain the main threats. Thunderstorms also possible over the Eastern Ranges. Keep an eye out for warnings: https://t苏州夜场招聘/ap6V1hCrbEpic.twitter老域名购买/wUsCPwbijM??? Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria (@BOM_Vic) November 29, 2017 iFrameResize({resizedCallback : function(messageData){}},”#pez_iframe_weather_35″);

At 1.30pm the mercury had hit 34, with a predicted high of 35.

It breaks the previous record of 12 pre-summer days above 30 degrees in 2009.