A cold front moving across Victoria will bring heavy rain and winds early morning Tuesday 4th May.
What you need to know:
The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) predicts up to 25 millimetres of rain could fall across parts of Melbourne and Geelong on as the front moves east across the state.
According to BOM, Melbourne's western and northern suburbs are likely to bear the brunt of wind gusts from about 3:00am.
Wind gusts of up to 90 kilometres per hour are predicted in elevated areas such as the Grampians, Ballarat and Kilmore.
Conditions are expected to ease over Melbourne on Tuesday afternoon as the cold front moves to Gippsland.
From the afternoon, significant rain is expected in some areas, including up to 45 millimetres at Bairnsdale and isolated falls of 60-90mm about the southern slopes of the eastern ranges.
What to do:
Be careful when commuting due to flash flooding and slippery roads.
Secure any loose items around the house tonight before the weather hits.
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