Victoria has been smashed with rain, flash flooding and even a tornado, causing $1million worth of damage to a caravan park.
Residents in Wodonga, 300 kilometres north-east of Melbourne, have been told to remain vigilant after Vic Emergency warned of flash flooding on Thursday evening.
'If you are located in Wodonga, you are in danger,' Vic Emergency said at about 6pm.
'You should immediately move indoors, away from floodwater. Do not enter floodwater.'
The rain has begun moving across the border to New South Wales, where Sydney is expected to cop the wet weather.
The Bureau of Meteorology said there was 'torrential' rain in north-east Victoria on Thursday night
The SES unit in Wodonga received more than 40 calls between 2pm and 8pm as residents battled property damage caused by the flash flooding, the Herald Sun reported.
The Bureau of Meteorology said there was 'torrential' rain in north-east Victoria on Thursday night.
'Highest rainfall since 9am: 105mm at Mongans Bridge and 102mm at Tawonga Gap,' the Bureau said.
'Unofficial reports of up to 100mm around Wodonga, with flash flooding.'
The Bureau said the rain has mostly cleared but there are still a few showers remaining.
Some parts of the state battled their monthly average of rainfall in just 24 hours.
Rain falls in Wodonga were emergency services warned of flash floods on Thursday
Weatherzone meterologist Tom Hough said Rutherglen experienced the heaviest rain within 24 hours with 59mm falling, and in three years at Omeo, with 61mm recorded.
Hunters Hill copped the heaviest rainfail in one and a half years with 60mm and 11 months in Falls Creeks with 58mm.
Rutherglen also recorded its heaviest May rain in 31 years.
Mr Hough said Thursday's rain was the 'main event' and western parts of the state were looking drier on Friday.
'Eastern parts of the state could still see some fairly decent falls,' he said.
The Bureau said the rain has mostly cleared but there are still a few showers remaining
The rain has begun moving across the border to New South Wales,