Wild weather lashes Victoria, severe thunderstorm warnings issued
Victoria has been lashed by wild weather.
Severe weather warnings have been issued for much of the state, including Horsham, Warrnambool, Ballarat and Bendigo.
Damaging winds, heavy rainfall and possible flash flooding has been predicted.
BELOW: This house was severely damaged at Aspendale.
The owner of the damaged house, Andrea, told Neil Mitchell she was ‘literally right in front of it’ when the the roof blew onto her house.
‘It was one of those surreal moments where I thought the world was ending,’ she said.
She said everyone – including a dog and two cats – is okay.
Click play to hear her story
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Parts of the state’s north-east are expected to get up to 50 millimetres rain.
The Mornington Peninsula currently copping plenty of wind and rain.
This is at Mt Martha! pic.twitter.com/SzxkihLBZ9
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But Tony Banister from the Bureau says it’s not good news for farmers in the west, with almost no rain hitting some drought-stricken areas.
‘They’ve hardly had anything at all,’ he said.