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MONSTER WEATHER on The Way for Melbourne

Meteorologists are warning more wild weather is on the way for Victoria after it copped its biggest September rainfall in a century.

A big drenching is expected in the next couple of days as two different systems move across eastern Australia. Meteorologists warn the next systems could be cause for concern. 

“A cold front moving across The Bight will hit western Victoria on Saturday,” he said.

Weatherzone meteorologist, Ben Domensino, told that while around 10mm-20mm of rain is predicted, this could be enough to cause widespread flooding. 

Queensland and New South Wales are expected to cop a drenching next with a low pressure trough set to move through the states on Tuesday. 

“This is expected to bring heavy falls to those areas as moisture from the tropics feeds that system.”

This week's drenching was a result of a series of cold fronts combined with warmer than average ocean conditions. 



While there's set to be some reprise today and tomorrow, authorities warn not to become complacent, after 11 flood rescues in just two days. 

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