Melbourne time: Wild winds drop trees, storm overwhelms Victoria overnight



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Victorian residents are closing the flaps when severe storms arise across the country, bringing strong rain, hail and harmful winds.

The meteorological office issued a severe storm warning on Sunday night, calling on the Victorians to prepare for wild storms and possible floods.

Geelong, the Apollo Bay, Ballarat, Colac and Maryborough will be the worst affected areas, as the cold front moves from the west overnight.

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For emergency updates, go to emergency.vic.gov.au

For most countries, a warning of harmful winds is issued, with Alpine regions exposed to winds of up to 120

The wild winds destroyed trees on Sunday night and caused damage to the west of the country.

Late on Sunday night, the strongest gust of wind was recorded at Mt.

The Presidency's warning lists the locations that Warrnambool, Bendigo, Shepparton, Seymour, Maryborough, Ballarat, Geelong, Melbourne, Wangaratta and Traralgon may be affected.

On Sunday night, senior forecaster Dean Stewart said that the temperature will fall overnight, while Melbourne is expecting the 19C summit on Monday.

"You'll probably feel even cooler than this, because there will be quite a storm," said Stewart.

"The Bayside area and the Mornington Peninsula will be particularly windy."

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