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WILD weather is expected to continue tonight after hail, thunderstorms, dust storms, floods, bushfires and even a tornado hit Australia over the past 24 hours.
Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) has issued severe weather warnings across the country with reports hail is smashing parts of New South Wales, dust storms are blanketing Canberra and Broken Hill, and damaging winds are lashing three other states.
This follows heavy storms in Adelaide last night which flooded streets, knocked over trees and recorded winds of up to 150km/h.
The bureau said a tornado was recorded by a severe storm monitor in the midnorth of South Australia, with the strong winds experienced over that state now extending across western NSW and into the ACT, bringing thick dust.
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