Thick cloud moving over VIC, TAS and southern parts of NSW with a cold front is triggering gusty cool showers and isolated thunderstorms. Patchy cloud with a low pressure trough over northeastern NSW is also producing thundery showers.
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Strong winds in Melbourne have sent a roof crashing onto a footpath near the site where three people were killed in a wall collapse last year.