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Melbourne Preparing As WORST Storm Of The Decade Set To Hit

Residents across Australia’s south-east are preparing for the biggest storm in a decade.

A vigorous cold front will move across South Australia today, followed by an intense low-pressure system tomorrow.

Showers and severe thunderstorms are expected to develop ahead of the front as well with it.

In Victoria, flooded parts of Northern Victoria will see tram rises with heavy rain forecast today and tomorrow.

A severe weather warning is in place for large parts of the state.

“Most of the west and central parts of the state will see rainfall, and that will continue into Thursday,” Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Beren Bradshaw told AAP.

A band of bad weather is moving across from South Australia, and the rain will start to hit northern Victoria this afternoon.

“There’s a good chance that we will see renewed stream rises,” Ms Bradshaw said. Melbourne will get some rain, but it is not expected to be as much as regional Victoria.

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