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Adrian Lowe is The Age's AM homepage producer. He joined The Age in 2008 and has covered court and breaking news. He has also worked as a TV columnist.

Melbourne braces for more wild winds

Mex Cooper, Adrian Lowe, Jessica Wright Victoria is expected to again be lashed by damaging winds, forecast to reach up to 100km/h on Wednesday.

Rain sets in for week of wet weather in Melbourne

Rain, rain go away, come again... Thursday (Thumbnail)

Adrian Lowe Here comes the rain again.

Cold winds, rain deliver a freezing day

Wind

Adrian Lowe and Stephen Cauchi Winds and humidity push the apparent temperature below freezing in the CBD and northern suburbs.

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Freezing temperatures create flurries on the slopes

Snow at Falls Creek.

Adrian Lowe It is not yet winter, but already Victoria's alpine region has seen its second snowfall this year.

'It was like a bomb went off': Tornado tears up towns

Tornado damage in Mulwala.

Adrian Lowe Residents in Victoria's north-east have told of their terror as a tornado smashed through towns, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.

Severe thunderstorms, hail hit city

Women shelter from the rain.

Adrian Lowe Severe thunderstorms, damaging winds and large hailstones have moved across the Melbourne metropolitan area and are dumping rain on the outer eastern suburbs.

Fires to floods: severe weather warnings as heavy rains sweep in

Rain in Melbourne.

Deborah Gough and Adrian Lowe Victoria's tempestuous end to summer appears set for another dramatic turn with the weather bureau issuing warnings of widespread heavy rain as fresh storms move in.

Storm leaves a trail of damage through Melbourne

Lightning strike as seen in Sunbury.

Adrian Lowe A police station, a supermarket and dozens of homes were damaged as storms whipped Melbourne overnight.

Bushfire bears down on alpine towns

The aftermath of the fire at Seaton in January.

Adrian Lowe Fire crews are battling a large and out-of-control bushfire in the state's alpine region.

Wind-change threat eases as fires burn on

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Henrietta Cook and Adrian Lowe A cool change has brought relief to fire-ravaged Gippsland despite two suspicious fires being lit around lunchtime.

Parks closed as hot winds drive fire danger

Adrian Lowe Communities in the state's east are being told to stay alert as fires continue to burn ahead of hot and dangerous conditions predicted for Thursday.

Crews get Wallan fire under control

Glenmaggie bushfire.

Adrian Lowe Fire authorities say they’re confident of controlling a fast-moving grassfire that’s threatened homes north of Melbourne.

No escape as fire set to hit town in Victoria

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Jared Lynch, Nino Bucci, Adrian Lowe, Tom Arup A FEROCIOUS, fast-moving bushfire was expected to hit a small town in Victoria's east where 10 people were sheltering with no escape. The latest threat comes after a man died at Seaton in Gippsland.

Sweaty night's sleep in store ahead of cool change

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Adrian Lowe It's set to be another sleepless night for many people in Melbourne after what is forecast to be a sweltering day.

Get set to swelter again as mercury starts to rise

Heat wave

Adrian Lowe That doona you pulled out from storage at the weekend to put back on the bed? Don't get too used to it being there.

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Blaze near Ballarat destroys homes

Chepstowe fire near Ballarat.

Nino Bucci, Bridie Smith and Adrian Lowe Homes near Ballarat were destroyed and seven people treated in hospital after an out-of-control grass fire swept through Snake Valley on Tuesday night

Break in the weather looms as fires burn

Sunshine.

Adrian Lowe It seems Melbourne's big heat is on the way out - at least for now.

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Storms hit the city

Could this be in store for Melbourne?

Adrian Lowe and Stephen Cauchi Melbourne has been issued with a severe thunderstorm warning by the Bureau of Meteorology for at least the next hour.

Monkey goes shopping

He's having a bad day: monkey nabbed in Ikea

Monkey business at Ikea.

Adrian Lowe Shoppers at Swedish furniture giant Ikea can often be forgiven for wondering about the purpose of many of its baffling range of products.

Bikinis then brollies as state runs hot and cold

Claire Fitzsimons goes for a walk in the snow. Yes, it's summer in Mt Hotham.

Adrian Lowe Sweltering one day, shivering the next - that's the prospect Melburnians face this weekend, continuing the city's up-and-down weather of the past fortnight.