and flights have been cancelled at Hobart Airport as of 4pm due to the conditions. Gusts of up to 117km/h have been recorded in Tasmania and Hobarts airport has been shut. Storms northwest, driest far southwest. New weather app 'a quantum leap' for understanding extreme events Rain of biblical proportions, heatwaves, tornadoes and bushfires â extreme weather events happen around the world on a regular basis and Australian scientists are hoping to improve their forecasting with the help of citizen scientists). In Tasmania, a gust of 117km/h was recorded at kunanyi / Mount Wellington, close to Hobart at 1pm. Adelaide, Melbourne and Hobart were all in the cold fronts path.
The CBD saw gusts of 102km/h just minutes before. Similar gusts have been recorded in Victoria. The winds will persist into the afternoon and live forex trading tips will set Victoria up for a wintry weekend. Tuesday Widespread showers, storms west and south. Hot to very hot west, grading warm to coast. We had some raised dust in the Mallee a few weeks ago and there is again the possibility that dust could make its way through to Victoria or into Melbourne, Mr King said. Almost the entirety of Tasmania is also in the warning area, bar the north coast.
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