Victoria's wild weather is tipped to bring the biggest dump of the year with snowfall expected as low as 300 metres.
On Monday damaging gusts reached 107km/h at Wilsons Promontory, 106km/h at South Channel Island and 100km/h at Falls Creek while the SES says it was called out to about 100 jobs, mostly in Frankton and Dromana regarding fallen trees.
By 5am Tuesday winds at Wilsons Promontory had already reached 95km//h.
A "vigorous" west to northwesterly flow is expected to bring more damaging gusts across the state on Tuesday and down more trees.
Hail is tipped for Melbourne while Dandenong could see more snow on Tuesday.
A severe weather warning remains in place across the state with Portland, Warrnambool, Colac, Wonthaggi and Alpine resorts the most likely targets.
Social media was flooded with footage of hail and snow across the state including at Mount Macedon, Mount Cole, Geelong, Shepparton and Ballarat on Monday.
More to come.