Australia Weather: Severe Weather Update: thunderstorms and fire weather for south-eastern Australia – 17 Dec 2021

Bureau of Meteorology published this video item, entitled “Severe Weather Update: thunderstorms and fire weather for south-eastern Australia – 17 Dec 2021” – below is their description.

Severe Weather Update: thunderstorms and fire weather for south-eastern Australia

Video current 2.00pm AEDT 17 December 2021.

Heat drawn down from the arid interior looks to drive warm to hot temperatures, fire weather and severe thunderstorms for south-eastern Australia.

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