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Hail in Cleve, Eastern Eyre Peninsula SA.

taken in Cleve, Eastern Eyre Peninsula SA

Video Credit: Cherylynn Dreckow (Twitter)

South Australia to be battered with 120km/h winds and up to 100mm of rain.

Poor South Australia at present is getting smashed, please check warnings on the BoM page regularly.

"Strong to gale-force west to south-westerly winds averaging 50-65 kph with gusts about 90-100 kph are expected to develop behind the front during Wednesday," a bureau statement said.

"These winds may cause damage to trees and property.

"Following the front, an intense low pressure system will move across the Bight towards the SA coast with strong gale-force winds impacting western parts.

Weather Fronts, What are they?

Weather fronts

Weather fronts mark the boundary between two air masses, which often have contrasting properties. For example, one air mass may be cold and dry and the other air mass may be relatively warm and moist. These differences produce a reaction in a zone known as a front.

Gale force winds and heavy rain to affect southern Australia.

SEVERE WEATHER UPDATE: Gale force winds and heavy rain to affect southern Australia. Video current at 3pm AEST 27 September 2016.

For latest weather and warnings info visit our website http://bom.is/15f8cb and follow advice from emergency services.

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Severe Weather Update: Rain and flooding in eastern Australia, 20 September 2016

BoM - Severe Weather Update: Rain & flooding in central & eastern Australia, 16/9/16

Scattered Thunderstorm Activity, Possible Offshore Rumble...

14/09/16:
As per yesterday we will see scattered thunderstorm activity become more widespread particular in NSW, these thunderstorms will mainly stay west of the divide which is sad news for those of use who live on the coast.
Peak time will be mid to late afternoon.

However I would not rule out an offshore rumble or too late afternoon/evening. 10-15% chance now.
There is the chance again of Severe thunderstorms tomorrow with damaging winds, heavy rain and large hail all possible again mainly on the western ranges and northern VIC.

Developing Low Pressure System, Thunderstorms, Flashing Flooding

13/09/16:
Good Morning, Well another wet one for Victoria with a low pressure system developing over eastern SA/Western VIC today.

Heavy Rainfall, Flash Flooding and Damaging Winds possible.

Widespread rainfall totals of 20 to 50mm are forecast with higher totals particularly under under thunderstorms which develop are quite possible as is small hail.

Scattered thunderstorms possible for Eastern VIC also.

South Western NSW looks to cope a few MM too with up to 20mm possible.

SSA Facebook Changes

Hi Followers, To make things a little easier for us and everyone from now moving forward we will not be posting each warning.

Official Warnings can be found at:
http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings/index.shtml

We will be doing our own "heads up" or observations in posts on the page as normal. As storm seasons approaches this will allow the most relevant information to be available on our page whilst also not bombarding your news feed.

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