Australia’s east coast is bracing for heavy rain, hail and damaging winds as a severe thunderstorm sweeps through the region. Sydney and Melbourne will feel the brunt of the slow-moving storm on Tuesday as the low pressure trough moves from west to east. Forecasters have warned of golf-ball sized hailstones hitting both cities. Victoria will see the severity of the from midday before it makes it way to New South Wales by the mid-afternoon, Weatherzone meteorologist Felix Levesque told Daily Mail Australia. Don’t pack away your umbrella just yet, more wet weather is expected to hit Sydney and Melbourne on Tuesday (pictured: Pedestrians in Melbourne) Dark clouds looks likely to return to the Harbour city on Tuesday as thunderstorms roll through the region Sydney and Melbourne will feel the brunt of the slow-moving storm on Tuesday as the low pressure trough moves from west to east ‘There is a fairly high chance of thunderstorms for much of the east of Victoria,’ Mr Levesque said. ‘It should start developing from mid-morning but Victoria will definitely see the more intense storms in the afternoon.’ There is a risk of lightening to the region, but it is unlikely to spark new bushfires. Mr Levesque said the main… Read full this story
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