Weather: Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney about to get colder

More damaging winds and possible flooding are on the way, with some parts of Australia receiving more than their average monthly rainfall in just 48 hours.

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued warnings for damaging winds up to 90km/h across southern parts of South Australia, including Mount Lofty on Friday.

Warnings have been extended across the Victorian Alps and along southern NSW and up to Wollongong with the strong winds set to ease throughout the day.

An intense cold front has led to…

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