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Intense thunderstorms are going to bring heavy rainfall to Sydney and Melbourne

Gigantic hailstones, destructive winds and heavy rainfall to destroy TOMORROW Melbourne and Sydney as “fast-moving” thunderstorms rush through the country

  • Powerful thunderstorms, large hailstones and destructive winds will hit the east
  • The storms are very fast moving and bring harmful wind in most of Victoria
  • The wild weather will spread to New South Wales on Wednesday afternoon

Powerful thunderstorms, large hailstones, destructive winds and heavy rain will hit Sydney and Melbourne this week while a cyclone threatens to hit northern Australia.

The intense and fast-moving storms will reach the southern and eastern parts of the nation on Tuesday, while a top-level trough moves across the region.

Melbourne will see the cool change at around 11 o’clock that could bring wind and hail to large parts of Victoria.

“The storms are very fast and will bring damaging wind to most of Victoria on Tuesday morning,” meteorologist Joel Pippard told Daily Mail Australia.

Powerful thunderstorms, large hailstones, destructive winds and heavy rain will hit Sydney (dark clouds on Monday afternoon) and Melbourne this week

Powerful thunderstorms, large hailstones, destructive winds and heavy rain will hit Sydney (dark clouds on Monday afternoon) and Melbourne this week

The intense and fast-moving storms (photo) will reach the southern and eastern parts of the country on Tuesday

The intense and fast-moving storms (photo) will reach the southern and eastern parts of the country on Tuesday

The intense and fast-moving storms (photo) will reach the southern and eastern parts of the country on Tuesday

The wild weather is expected to spread to New South Wales on Wednesday afternoon.

“There will be widespread thunder along the entire eastern half of the state, including Sydney and Canberra,” said Pippard.

“The storms will be pretty strong and the region could see huge hailstones, devastating winds and heavy rainfall.”

Despite the harsh conditions, Sydney remains warm and humid on Tuesday with temperatures around 30 ° C.

Melbourne will see cooler temperatures of around 20-23 ° C throughout the week.

Meanwhile, the cyclone in the Gulf of Caprentaria near the Northern Territory is gaining speed.

Although Mr Pippard said it is too early to know how strong the windstorm will be, it could reach Australian soil in the coming days.

“We are in a more active phase of the monsoon, which means a greater chance of tropical cycles,” said Pippard.

“The cyclone near the Gulf can get stronger this weekend and hit land in the Northern Territory.”

The wild weather is expected to spread to New South Wales on Wednesday afternoon (flooded streets pictured on Sunday)

The wild weather is expected to spread to New South Wales on Wednesday afternoon (flooded streets pictured on Sunday)

The wild weather is expected to spread to New South Wales on Wednesday afternoon (flooded streets pictured on Sunday)

The eastern half of Australia saw giant hailstones, devastating winds and heavy rainfall

The eastern half of Australia saw giant hailstones, devastating winds and heavy rainfall

The eastern half of Australia saw giant hailstones, devastating winds and heavy rainfall

The wet predictions come after North NSW had experienced the ‘wettest week in decades’, according to meteorologists.

NSW received a record rainfall earlier in the week, with parts of the northern rivers, mid-north coast, central coast, Sydney, Blue Mountains and Illawarra falling up to 550 mm.

Last week there were also warnings for thunderstorms in Melbourne, along with parts of the interior and north of the city.

The largest rainfall was Cardinia, southeast of Melbourne, with the area receiving 63 mm since Friday at 9:00 am.

Water flooded the underground parking lot of the Eastlands shopping center in Ringwood and thousands of homes were left without power.

WEATHER FORECAST IN YOUR CITY

Sydney

Tuesday: 21 ° C, Max: 29 ° C

Wednesday: 21 ° C, Max: 27 ° C

Thursday: 19C, Max 23C

Friday: 19 ° C, Max: 24 ° C

Saturday: 19 ° C, Max: 25 ° C

Melbourne

Tuesday: 20 ° C, Max: 23 ° C

Wednesday: 14 ° C, Max: 20 ° C

Thursday: 13C, Max: 20C

Friday: 14 ° C, Max: 21 ° C

Saturday: 12 ° C, Max: 23 ° C

Brisbane

Tuesday: 23 ° C, Max: 31 ° C

Wednesday: 24 ° C, Max: 34 ° C

Thursday: 24 ° C, Max: 31 ° C

Friday: 23 ° C, Max: 29 ° C

Saturday: 22 ° C, Max: 26 ° C

Darwin

Tuesday: 27 ° C, Max: 34 ° C

Wednesday: 27 ° C, Max: 34 ° C

Thursday: 27C, Max: 36C

Friday: 28 ° C, Max: 33 ° C

Saturday: 27 ° C, Max: 33 ° C

Hobart

Tuesday: 10 ° C, Max: 21 ° C

Wednesday: 13 ° C, Max: 17 ° C

Thursday: 11C, Max: 19C

Friday: 12 ° C, Max: 19 ° C

Saturday: 10 ° C, Max: 22 ° C

Perth

Tuesday: 18 ° C, Max: 34 ° C

Wednesday: 22 ° C, Max: 33 ° C

Thursday: 22 ° C, Max: 34 ° C

Friday: 25 ° C, Max: 35 ° C

Saturday: 23 ° C, Max: 31 ° C

Adelaide

Tuesday: 17C, Max: 22C

Wednesday: 14 ° C, Max: 23 ° C

Thursday: 13C, Max: 25C

Friday: 13 ° C, Max: 26 ° C

Saturday: 14 ° C, Max: 29 ° C

Canberra

Tuesday: 17C, Max: 29C

Wednesday: 12 ° C, Max: 25 ° C

Thursday: 11C, Max: 26C

Friday: 13 ° C, Max: 25 ° C

Saturday: 14 ° C, Max: 26 ° C

Source: Bureau of Meteorology Australia

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