Victoria lashed by wild weather
Wild weather has lashed Victoria, but the bureau has warned the worst could yet be to come.
Damaging winds continue to lash the state, with the SES receiving almost 500 calls for help on Tuesday.
Eight kayakers were pulled from the water off Anglesea after apparently ignoring all the warnings and going for a morning paddle.
More than 10,000 homes are without power.
But David Baker, deputy chief officer of the SES, says the worst of the storm is not yet over.
‘The key periods for us are the school pick up and peak hour (on Tuesday),’ he said.
‘Motorists need to be particularly aware at these times.’
BELOW: Some of the damage across the state.
A truck has assisted in the removal of a tree Photo: Angus M
A yacht named ‘Licensed to Chill’ broke it’s mooring’s in Mornington Photo: Rex Haw
Click PLAY below to watch a salmon fishermen having a hard time at Paterson River
Listener Marie tells Neil the Spirit of Tasmania in Devonport was battered with huge waves sending passengers off their feet and truck trailers may have rolled in the carpark.
A trampoline gets a police escort as it makes it’s way through Narre Warren Photo: Andrew C
The storm has hit Geelong, blanketing the town with dust.
Dust storm hits Geelong Photo: Paul