A month's worth of rain is set to fall in Melbourne over the next two days, with thunderstorms and hail likely to accompany the downpour.
|Melbourne is set for a downpour, with a month's|
worth of rain forecast for Thursday and Friday.
The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting up to 15 millimetres of rain for Thursday, with another 25 to 80 millimetres expected on Friday - almost up to double the average May rainfall of 56 millimetres.
Senior forecaster Rod Dickson said a powerful cold front arriving on Thursday could produce hail, and will see a good dump of snow of down to 900 metres in the state's alpine areas.
Read the story by Simone Fox Koob from The Age - “Melbourne to endure hail, thunder and a month's worth of rain in two days.”