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With high-risk fire and storm conditions expected for tomorrow, Wednesday 28 February, it’s important to stay informed during an emergency and never rely on one source for emergency information. Electricity and telecommunications outages may occur.

To prepare for outages, you should have a back-up plan and an emergency kit, which includes:
- a power pack that you can use to charge your mobile phone
- a battery-powered radio with a spare set of batteries
- a paper list of important numbers
- cash, as EFTPOS or ATMs may not work during large-scale connectivity outages

For the latest emergency information you can:

- Download the VicEmergency app and set up a watch zone
- Visit the VicEmergency website
- Listen to ABC radio and local emergency broadcasters.
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15 hours ago
Looking to a welcome change 💨Cool air is coming 🌬️

This map from Bureau of Meteorology shows the approximate timing of the cool change as a cold front moves through Victoria today.

Temperatures may drop by up to 15°C, particularly near the coast.
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6 days ago
Looking to a welcome change 💨

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Only for a day or two.

If your property has been impacted by fire or storms and you have urgent animal welfare needs, please contact the VicEmergency Hotline on 1800 226 226.

Our animal health team will assess livestock and provide advice to support your property’s recovery.

For more information, visit: go.vic.gov.au/3ODSvy4

For general relief and recovery information, visit: www.emergency.vic.gov.au/relief
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2 weeks ago
UPDATED

At 3:00 pm TODAY, Monday, 12 February, we will be live streaming a media conference on heat and elevated fire danger tomorrow.

Tune in via our Facebook page fb.watch/q9kNvFJlcy/
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