Thunderstorms brought on flash floods in components of Victoria on Thursday evening and extra wetter climate will knock the state on Friday, however the weekend might convey clear skies.
Two watch-and-act alerts for flash-flooding – which have now been downgraded – have been issued for the Woodend and Maryborough areas north-west of Melbourne following a rain band on Thursday evening, together with from throughout Victoria Passing patchy storms have been concerned.
The state emergency service took 175 requires assist because the entrance crossed, 81 associated to the flood.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Miriam Bradbury mentioned the climate system introduced average rainfall totals to components of central and north-eastern Victoria, with between 30 and 50 millimeters of heavy rain.
She mentioned one other moist climate system was on the way in which on Friday, which started in north-eastern Victoria and pushed east of Melbourne by means of the Dandenong and Yarra Ranges into Gippsland.
Bradbury mentioned the climate band might convey thunderstorms from late morning, doubtlessly inflicting river and flash-flooding.
Minor flood warnings are in place throughout the state, together with the Yara and Murray rivers.
“With extra rain on the way in which in the present day, it is vitally attainable that we might even see additional adjustments in these flood warning areas,” Bradbury mentioned.
Of the 175 requires assist to SES final evening, all besides 5 have been cleared instantly on Friday morning. With 81 calls associated to flooding, 46 have been for constructing harm and 29 for fallen bushes. Ballarat and Woodend have been additionally high locations the place companies have been wanted.