Heavy thunderstorms and large hail “probably” over Riverina, Bureau of Meteorology predictions | The daily advertiser

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The Bureau of Meteorology predicts that severe thunderstorms will be likely or possible over the Riverina on Wednesday. The forecast was followed by an overnight thunderstorm in Wagga, with 8.2 millimeters of rain falling on the city. The BOM stated that large parts of NSW were “expected” to have thunderstorms, including a red area with “likely” severe thunderstorms that included Griffith, Hay and Narrandera. An amber area with “possible” severe thunderstorms included Wagga, Tumbarumba, and Deniliquin. In other news: “Some thunderstorms can get severe in amber areas and some storms are likely to become more severe in red areas. The dangers include heavy hail, noxious winds and heavy rain, ”explained BOM. On Wednesday, 9 a.m., there were no severe weather warnings for the Riverina. The BOM warned Tuesday that NSW had faced heavy rain and flash floods for days in some areas. Our journalists work hard to provide the community with local, breaking news. Here’s how you can still access our trusted content:

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