On Thursday afternoon, a “weak tornado” tore through a farm just one hour northwest of Melbourne.
Footage shot by a local Woodend at about 5.30pm showed the weather system whirl across a paddock.
This was created as storms were passing through the paddock.
The tornado was short-lived and had only a small area affected.
But it tore through hay bales, tossing them out into the air and leaving in its wake a small trail of destruction.
The Meteorology Bureau has reported that it is a “weak tornado.”
“When ya think you’ve seen it all sunny Woodend,” Josh wrote on Facebook.
On Thursday, Showers showed up across the outskirts of Melbourne but produced less than a millimetre.
Isolated thunderstorms struck central and southeastern parts of the state, with 17 mm dropping in less than an hour at Hillside close to Euroa.