After such a sunny weekend, it was inevitable that our good run would come to an end on Monday.
If you’ve got washing on the line, it’s time to bring it inside and rug up.
SA’s Bureau of Meteorology has issued a Severe Weather Warning for Monday afternoon, with damaging winds expected.
A Severe Weather Warning has been issued for late Monday morning. North to northwest winds 40-60 km/h with damaging winds gusts around 100 km/h ahead of a cold front expected during Monday afternoon and evening. Stay up to date with current warnings: https://t.co/Dy69JkDjIN pic.twitter.com/m15V1lCXvr
— Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia (@BOM_SA) July 21, 2019
A cold front was due to reach Adelaide late on Monday afternoon, bringing gusty showers and wild weather.
Already at 2.30pm, there were reports of gusts above 100km/h at Strathalbyn.
⚠️⚠️ Take care⚠️⚠️ it’s getting windy out there. Damaging NW’ly winds at Strathalbyn, averaging 65-70 km/h with a recent gust to 106 km/h. Damaging winds to continue today ahead of & with cold front, refer to latest warnings at https://t.co/yPgfo2XOX5
— Bureau of Meteorology, South Australia (@BOM_SA) July 22, 2019
The rest of the state will not be spared, with the following locations expected to be hardest hit: Port Lincoln, Mount Barker, Victor Harbor, Kingscote, Warooka, Robe, Mount Gambier and Naracoorte.
You can find the latest warnings on ‘BOM’ here.