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Monster storm batters Australia’s east coast as – but it’s looking good for Australia Day


Monster storm batters Australia’s east coast as millions brace for days of VERY unpredictable weather – but it’s looking good for Australia Day

  • East coast was battered by severe thunderstorms on Tuesday
  • More than 6,000 Victorians have been left without power 

Australia’s east coast was battered by severe thunderstorms that caused flash flooding and power outages on Tuesday.

In Victoria, the state emergency services responded to hundreds of calls for help due to the flooding, with 116 requests in Geelong alone.

Melbourne was also badly hit, and more than 6,000 Victorians have been left without power with the rain causing widespread blackouts.

In NSW, a warm and bright day ended widespread thunder, heavy rain and storms across



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