Australia Weather: Severe Weather Update: eastern Australia cold outbreak – 7 June 2021

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Bureau of Meteorology published this video item, entitled “Severe Weather Update: eastern Australia cold outbreak – 7 June 2021” – below is their description.

Severe Weather Update: eastern Australia cold outbreak. Video current 11.30am AEST, 7 June 2021

Up to 20 million Australians across the east and southeast of the country are set to shiver with a significant cold, rain and snow outbreak that could see snow flurries as far north as Queensland.

⚠️ Damaging Wind warnings are current across parts of South Australia, Victoria and alpine New South Wales on Monday. Winds could stir up raised dust in South Australia, including Adelaide.

Further warnings will be issued as this event unfolds, including but not limited to heavy rain, flooding and alpine blizzards, so it’s important to check conditions for your area.

Know your weather. Know your risk. For the latest forecasts and warnings, go to our website www.bom.gov.au or the #BOMWeather​ app and follow the advice of emergency services.

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