The Border regions is facing a potentially stormy afternoon on Tuesday with predictions of severe thunderstorms across the region.
The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) is predicting an 80 per cent chance of showers in Albury-Wodonga on Tuesday.
Albury’s State Emergency Service advised residents via Facebook that storms were expected across the region and could form with ‘little to no warning’.
“Already we are seeing storm cells near Corowa, Rutherglen, Wangaratta and Yackandandah,” the post said.
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Compared to the recent heatwave, the eastern part of the forecast region is in for a relatively cooler day, with Wagga expected to reach 30 degrees and Albury 31.
BoM have warned isolated storms could occur in southern NSW and North East Victoria, which could include heavy rainfall, damaging winds and large hail.
The BoM is yet to issue any severe weather warnings for the region.
Thunderstorm forecast for today - isolated storms possible over most of eastern #Victoria. Some of these thunderstorms may be severe with heavy rainfall, damaging winds and large hail possible. Find warnings: https://t.co/xCOg3ZJOHhpic.twitter.com/T1KkA3vzvF— Bureau of Meteorology, Victoria (@BOM_Vic) January 8, 2019
NSW State Emergency Service shared a storm forecast on its social media pages on Tuesday morning and is preparing for any assistance callouts.
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