Strong winds have brought down trees in the North East and there is a thunderstorm warning for the area.
A gust of 41 km/h in Wodonga at 2.20pm has brought down trees in West Wodonga.
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The Bureau of Meteorology issued a warning for a severe thunderstorm around 1pm.
The Vic Emergency website had reports of trees down in Barnawartha, Wodonga and Staghorn Flat and there are reports of building damage in Rutherglen.
A trampoline went into a carport attached to a home in Marks Street, Wodonga.
At the Wodonga skate park, a teenager was hit by a falling branch but was not seriously injured.
It appears Yarrawonga was the hardest-hit, with winds of 91 km/h being detected around 1pm and building damage there also.
An SES spokeswoman said the SES was not aware of any injuries associated with the short-lived weather event.
"In the North East of the state, in the past six hours there have been 67 requests for assistance to SES - 29 of those requests are for the Yarrawonga unit," she said.
"Forty-nine of the 67 were for trees down and 11 were for building damage. It was mainly trees onto buildings."