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Massive Winter Storm Looms with Freezing Rain, 100km/h Winds and Huge Snow Dumps - But Sydney is in for ANOTHER Spring-Like Weekend as Melbourne Shivers Through the Coldest Weather in a Century

  • Australia's turbulent winter weather is set to continue with strong gale warnings
  • Victoria set to cop the brunt of blistering storms stretching over the weekend
  • As well as torrential rain and gale-force winds, record snow levels due to fall
  • Experts warn residents to secure property for predicted gales up to 100km/h
Daily Mail Australia, 8 August 2017.


Australia's temperamental winter weather is set to continue with torrential storms set to sweep right across the nation's south east.

Victoria will cop the brunt of the blistering storm as strong wind warnings have been issued tonight for Port Philip, West Coast and Central Coast.
Melbourne can expect torrential downpours over the weekend, with thunderstorms a strong possibility.




Melbourne can expect torrential downpours over the weekend, with thunderstorms a strong possibility



Rain is pretty much a guarantee for Adelaide and Melbourne, with Hobart and Perth also potentially hit by storms



Australia's south coastline is set to be battered by blustering winds as residents are warned to prepare themselves for strong gales over the weekend


There will be no respite moving into Saturday as south east Australia braces itself for gale-force winds that has left experts warning Victorians to secure their property.

There are also freezing conditions predicted in Alpine areas, with record snow levels set to batter the state's north east with winds topping 100km/h.

The Victorian Alps and New South Wales Alps are set to receive the worst snowfall of the year with between 50cm to 90cm due over the weekend,' Weatherzone meteorologist Tom Hough told Daily Mail Australia.

'There is a 30 per cent chance of thunderstorms in Melbourne over the weekend, and with it will come gales of around 90km/h,' he added.




Temperatures will once again plummet below freezing in Canberra while Perth will struggle through a cold weekend



Torrential rain is expected in Melbourne, accompanied by gale force winds up to 100km/h.



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FORECAST: WEATHER RIGHT ACROSS AUSTRALIA


SYDNEY
Saturday : Max 20, Min 9, Sunny
Sunday : Max 21, Min 10, Sunny
Monday : Max 18, Min 10, Sunny
Tuesday : Max 19, Min 8, Mostly sunny
Wednesday: Max 20, Min 6, Sunny

BRISBANE:
Saturday : Max 24, Min 11, Sunny
Sunday : Max 25, Min 10, Mostly sunny
Monday : Max 25, Min 12, Mostly sunny
Tuesday : Max 23, Min 9, Sunny
Wednesday : Max 24, Min 9, Sunny

ADELAIDE
Saturday : Max 15, Min 7, Showers
Sunday : Max 14, Min 8, Windy with shower
Monday : Max 16, Min 8, Possible shower
Tuesday : Max 17, Min 9, Mostly sunny
Wednesday : Max 19, Min 10, Mostly sunny

DARWIN
Saturday : Max 32, Mostly sunny
Sunday : Max 33, Mostly sunny
Monday : Max 33, Sunny
Tuesday : Max 33, Sunny
Wednesday : Max 33, Sunny

MELBOURNE
Saturday : Max 14, Min 7, Windy with shower
Sunday : Max 14, Min 7, Windy with shower
Monday : Max 14, Min 6, Showers
Tuesday : Max 17, Min 7, Possible shower
Wednesday : Max 18, Min 9, Mostly sunny

CANBERRA
Saturday : Max 11, Min 1, Clearing shower
Sunday : Max 11, Min 0, Possible shower
Monday : Max 10, Min -1, Possible shower
Tuesday : Max 13, Min -3, Frost then sunny
Wednesday : Max 15, Min -5, Frost then sunny

PERTH
Saturday : Max Min 4, Showers
Sunday : Max Min 3, Showers easing
Monday : Max Min 0, Possible shower
Tuesday : Max Min -1, Possible shower
Wednesday : Max Min 3, Showers

HOBART
Saturday : Max 11, Min 5, Possible shower
Sunday : Max 10, Min 5, Mostly sunny
Monday : Max 11, Min 4, Showers
Tuesday : Max 12, Min 3, Possible shower
Wednesday : Max 13, Min 5, Possible shower
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It comes after Melbourne struggled through it's coldest day since 1970, as a record low 8.9C was recorded in the city's CBD.

Neighbouring states South Australia and New South Wales will also be hit badly, feeling the effects of a polar low moving north from the Southern Ocean towards western Bass Strait.

Adelaide, as well as the South Australian coastline, have been warned to brace itself for similar conditions predicted for Victoria.

New South Wales can expect to receive the tail end of the harsh winter conditions sweeping the south.

Canberra will also continue its streak of plummeting temperatures, peaking at a minimum of -5C on Wednesday

Things aren't much better for Perth who will endure a miserable weekend with a maximum temperature of 4C as an unpredictable Australian winter continues.



Mount Hotham in the Victorian Alps could see its heaviest snow fall of the year with between 50 and 90cm set to fall over the next few days



Winds of around 70km/h are expected as a minimum but some areas could hit up to 100km/h
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Yer thanks LLB for letting me know just how cold it is down here. LOL
Yer it is very wet and cold at present even now.
My puppies and 2 cats are all sleeping on or in bed under the blankets with me. I need to get a bigger bed LOL
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Yer thanks LLB for letting me know just how cold it is down here. LOL
Yer it is very wet and cold at present even now.
My puppies and 2 cats are all sleeping on or in bed under the blankets with me. I need to get a bigger bed LOL

Well I can't forget the Aussies BaZZa, now can I?

I remember how the first white Aussies arrived in Australia when the darn English emptied their jails and shipped all their criminals to beautiful Aussieland.


Then about 40 years ago Australia even had a promotion encouraging Brits to emigrate there for only about 80AUD....
Now there was an offer I regret not taking...


It's great to see that Australia is now a even better place to live than England and best of all the Un-United States of America....


Stay warm BaZZa my friend and keep your pets safe, warm and close to you. As you and I both know, one can trust animals more than people in this crazy world...
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In Brisbane we are experiencing hot summer temperatures over the next week, with temps over 30 degrees, never seen before so early, so if this is a sign for whats coming to us this summer we are in for one hell of a hot unpleasant period, with air cons running full ball again.
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In Brisbane we are experiencing hot summer temperatures over the next week, with temps over 30 degrees, never seen before so early, so if this is a sign for whats coming to us this summer we are in for one hell of a hot unpleasant period, with air cons running full ball again.

Tell me about it pop, crazy weather and temps around the world within the last 2 years..

One wonders some days whether to turn on the heating, or the AC....


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Sure LBB,

https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/temperature-set-to-soar-on-coast/3210883/



NAMBOUR is set for a day time winter maximum of 31 degrees as a high pressure system over south-east Queensland continues to dictate weather conditions.

The Sunshine Coast's hot and cold winter will become more extreme as we head into next week, but surprisingly we've had hotter August days and don't need to reach for the history books to locate them.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster James Thompson said Maroochydore dropped to 5.8 degrees this morning with Gympie and the Sunshine Coast hinterland lower still at 2-3 degrees.

Today's maximum will peak at 25 degrees before the coastal fringe jumps to 27 degrees on Friday and then 28 degrees on Saturday.

The lingering high pressure system over south-east Queensland will push day time maximums to 29 degrees on the beach by Wednesday, seven degrees above average but still below the record 35 degrees recorded in August, 2009.

Inland at Nambour on Wednesday a 31 degree maximum is expected, eight degrees above average while Ipswich will hit 33 and Brisbane 30.

Mr Thompson said there was no rain on the horizon and despite a 10% chance of a shower Sunday that too was unlikely.

He said hot Augusts occurred occasionally but the higher temperatures were generally recorded later in the month.

Winds tomorrow will reach 25kmh from the north north east before becoming light later in the afternoon with a 27 degree peak coming off a 10 degree overnight low.

Saturday will be sunny with light winds throughout on what will be a summery day peaking at 28 while Sunday will also be windless but a slightly cooler 26 degrees.

Clear skies are again predicted for Monday with south west winds turning south east to 20kmh before they swing north east on Tuesday. Both days will have peaks of 27 degrees before the heat really sets in Wednesday.

There is next to no chance of surf but conditions on the water should be ideal for fishing.


Might be good for those on the beach but not inland.
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Sure LBB,

https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/news/temperature-set-to-soar-on-coast/3210883/



NAMBOUR is set for a day time winter maximum of 31 degrees as a high pressure system over south-east Queensland continues to dictate weather conditions.

The Sunshine Coast's hot and cold winter will become more extreme as we head into next week, but surprisingly we've had hotter August days and don't need to reach for the history books to locate them.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster James Thompson said Maroochydore dropped to 5.8 degrees this morning with Gympie and the Sunshine Coast hinterland lower still at 2-3 degrees.

Today's maximum will peak at 25 degrees before the coastal fringe jumps to 27 degrees on Friday and then 28 degrees on Saturday.

The lingering high pressure system over south-east Queensland will push day time maximums to 29 degrees on the beach by Wednesday, seven degrees above average but still below the record 35 degrees recorded in August, 2009.

Inland at Nambour on Wednesday a 31 degree maximum is expected, eight degrees above average while Ipswich will hit 33 and Brisbane 30.

Mr Thompson said there was no rain on the horizon and despite a 10% chance of a shower Sunday that too was unlikely.

He said hot Augusts occurred occasionally but the higher temperatures were generally recorded later in the month.

Winds tomorrow will reach 25kmh from the north north east before becoming light later in the afternoon with a 27 degree peak coming off a 10 degree overnight low.

Saturday will be sunny with light winds throughout on what will be a summery day peaking at 28 while Sunday will also be windless but a slightly cooler 26 degrees.

Clear skies are again predicted for Monday with south west winds turning south east to 20kmh before they swing north east on Tuesday. Both days will have peaks of 27 degrees before the heat really sets in Wednesday.

There is next to no chance of surf but conditions on the water should be ideal for fishing.


Might be good for those on the beach but not inland.

Errrr... ask President Trump about it...


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