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Sydney is being urged to brace itself once again as devastating gale-force winds are set to batter the New South Wales coastline for a second day running.
Friday’s turbulent weather left hundreds of flights cancelled at Sydney Airport as winds as strong as 100km/h ripped through the city, leaving a trail of destruction.
Australia’s east coast will be subject to another 24 hours of wild winds, with the Bureau of Meteorology warning dangerous surf conditions and waves over six metres.
The Byron Coast, Coffs Coast, Macquarie Coast, Hunter Coast, Sydney Coast, Eden Coast, Illawarra Coast and Batemans Coast will all be hit by the powerful waves and could face serious coastal erosion.
The NSW SES will also be anticipating another hectic day after having their work cut out on Friday – attending a staggering 898 call outs, with hundreds of reports of fallen trees and damaged roofs.
The turbulent winter weather shows no sign of easing up for Melbourne, with the Victoria capital set to be drenched by rain over the weekend.
Further inland in the alpine regions, there can be more snow expected with at least 20 centimetres to fall over Saturday.
Parts of Victoria will also be on the receiving end of a battering from strong winds with gale warnings issued for the East Gippsland coastline.
This article first appeared on gearsofbiz.com
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