The 110km/h demon wind in Melbourne was too fierce today. A large truck was blown over on the highway, and there was a thunderstorm and asthma warning.
According to the "The Age" report, Melbourne just had a large truck blown over on the section of Hume Freeway near Craigieburn East.
According to an eyewitness, the truck was unable to drive in a straight line due to the strong wind at the time, and after just a few seconds, it overturned.
The Meteorological Bureau also issued an early warning, asking Melbourne residents to be prepared,Today Victoria will usher in another annual demon wind with a top speed of 110km/h!
Around 6:30 in the morning, the wind at Melbourne Airport has reached96km/h!
In the morning, Melbourne has also been blown up45-55km / hStrong winds, but the Weather Bureau reminded Melbourne residentsThe super wind of 90-100km/h is still on the road!
From this morning until early this afternoon, including MelbourneMost parts of Victoria will experience strong winds ranging from 90km/h to 100km/h!
The Bureau of Meteorology has releasedSevere weather warning!Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, Warrnambool, Portland, Wonthaggi, Mt Buller and Falls Creek will all be affected by windy weather. Tonight, strong winds will move to the southern coast and eastern regions.
The strong wind of 87km/h has hit Cape Otway, and the Wilsons Promontory area has also felt the power of wind of 95km/h.
The highest wind force of Mt William in Grampians even reached 117km/h!
Since 6 o'clock this morning, the State Emergency Service has received 51 calls for help, most of which were caused by trees being blown down by strong winds.
For this reason, the emergency service department also reminds everyone to move the vehicle from under the big tree; stay away from the fallen electric wires; close the doors and windows of the house and fix the easily loose objects.
In addition to strong winds,From about 4 to 5 this afternoon, Melbourne will also usher in rain.
Although the rainfall is not large, only a few millimeters, under the action of strong wind and light rain, today's road to get off work is destined to be difficult.
Moreover, the highest temperature in Melbourne this afternoon can reach22 degrees, Originally made everyone feel the long-lost warm breath, but this rain and wind will cool down tomorrow...
This rain is expected toLast till Tuesday, When the time comes, although the wind will weaken, but the mostThe high temperature will drop to 14 degrees. The lowest temperature is only 8 degrees.
Fortunately, after Tuesday, the temperature will gradually rise. It will reach 19 degrees on Wednesday, continue to rise to 22 degrees on Thursday, 19 degrees on Friday, and 21 degrees on Saturday.
Another thing to remind everyone is that rain and windy weather create excellent conditions for the outbreak of thunderstorms and asthma.
Especially this週four! Experts suggest that people suffering from hay fever should take precautions, stay indoors as much as possible, and be ready to treat asthma at any time.
News compiled from "The Age/Herald Sun"
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