Bureau of Meteorology predicts possible thunderstorms and rain for Canberra | Canberra Times

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The storm trough, which has ravaged Victoria, is expected to find its way to the ACT over the weekend. On Saturday, heavy rain, wind and possible thunderstorms were forecast. While the trough caused power outages, floods and damage in Victoria, the capital is set to see 10 to 15 mm of rainfall. The Bureau of Meteorology forecasts Morgan Pumpa said the trough, currently over Victoria, was expected to move east over the ACT in the coming days. “[Saturday] will be the day people should keep an eye on in Canberra. While on Sunday there is the possibility of a potentially heavy thunderstorm towards the southern part of the state and adjacent areas, “she said.” Saturday is the day when people really need to keep an eye on weather forecasts. “READ ALSO: In January 3, a thunderstorm caused damage and power outages across Canberra with fallen trees and caves in roofs scattered across the capital. Nearly 10,000 Victorians remain without power Friday, after storms swept through the state Thursday and into the evening. has just passed on 20 January 2020 hailstones caused severe damage across the territory.The storm was the worst hailstorm to hit an urban area in Australia since 1999 where many Canberra people are still under repair.Our journalists are working hard to Provide local, up-to-date news to the community How to continue accessing our trusted content:


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