Bureau of Meteorology warns of damaging winds for parts of central Victoria | Bendigo Advertiser



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Despite a sunny start to the day in Bendigo, the Bureau of Meteorology has issued a destructive wind warning for parts of central Victoria as a northerly draft will strengthen on Tuesday afternoon and evening. Northerly winds are expected to reach gusts of up to 100 km / h with an average of 60 to 70 km / h. Destructive northerly winds are expected to develop around the northeast ranges on Tuesday morning, then spread over the west and central ranges on Tuesday afternoon. The rest of the warning zone – including Maryborough, Castlemaine and Kyneton – should expect damaging winds from Tuesday afternoon. Destructive winds will tend to the west and hold over west, south and northeast of Victoria on Wednesday. Peak gusts are expected to increase to 110 km / h Tuesday evening in the Eastern Ranges with exposed alpine areas above 1,500 meters estimated to reach 120 km / h late Tuesday. The state emergency service advises people to avoid travel if possible or to stay safely away from trees, drains, low areas and flood water if driving conditions are dangerous. People are advised to avoid flood water, mud, debris, damaged roads and fallen trees and to check that loose objects around the house like umbrellas and trampolines are securely secured. The SES advised people to stay indoors and away from windows and, outdoors, to stay away from trees, drains, gutters, streams, streams and waterways. downed power lines. Our reporters work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content: Did you sign up for the Bendigo advertiser’s daily newsletter and topical emails? You can sign up below and make sure you are up to date with everything that is happening in central Victoria.




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