The Bureau of Meteorology have warned that it will be a wet and windy weekend in Victoria.
Spring always triggers strong winds in Melbourne, but this year it’s been particularly blustery. Not to mention, cold!
It was meant to be sunny today but then Melbourne’s weather also caught wind of the US election news. The aftermath begins.
— Chanh Lam (@chanhlam) November 9, 2016
Pretty sure I had warmer weather in London heading into winter this time last year. Come on Melbourne!
— ESSIE (@essie_music) November 7, 2016
*looks at Melbourne weather*
*then looks at Brisbane weather*
*looks back at Melbourne weather*
— mel (@sparklemesivan) November 1, 2016
Unfortunately, Melbourne’s dodgy weather isn’t set to disappear this weekend.
— BOM Australia (@BOM_au) November 9, 2016
Saturday is set to be partly cloudy with a high (80%) chance of showers. There is a chance of thunderstorms in the morning. Winds east to northeasterly 25 – 35km.
Sunday is also set to be cloudy with a high (70%) chance of showers. Winds northwesterly 20 – 30 km/h turning westerly 25 – 35km/h during the morning.
Looks like Melburnians will be spending most of their weekend indoors.
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