The newlyweds, who announced today they whim become parents in Spring 2018, touched down in the rain vanguard of the start of their 16-day tour tomorrow.
They will smite the east coast of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand over the attaining days.
Meghan, 37, and Harry, 34, were all smiles but could include been forgiven for thinking they had brought the miserable weather from the UK.
Keen storms have been battering Australia’s east coast in modern days with dangerous winds, heavy rain and massive hailstones.
A thunderstorm “supercell” with paralysing tornados hit Queensland, leaving four people injured.
One woman, Fiona Simpson, split images of swollen bruises on her back caused by tennis ball-sized hailstones Kingaroy, Queensland.
She answered: “I covered my infant with my body to stop her from getting very much injured…. never drive in a hail storm.”
Sydney has wooed persistent rain over the last two weeks, despite spring being spectacularly underway.
Sydney weather: Torrential rain has battered Brisbane and Sydney beyond the last few days
And it is bad news for Meghan and Harry as the wet endure is set to continue over the next few days as they tour Sydney, Dubbo and Melbourne.
Sky Despatch Weather channel meteorologist Rob Sharpe warned: “It’s another wild week of thunderstorms across Australia and the drizzles are just not giving up on the east coast.”
The storms are heading towards Victoria and Melbourne last wishes as be lashed by heavy rain on Tuesday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wish be in Melbourne on Thursday for a reception at Government House meeting community conductors.
Sydney weather: A biker battles the heavy cloudburst in Sydney in early October
On Wednesday, they wish fly the New South Wales city of Dubbo to meet with the Royal Wing Doctor Service to learn more about their work.
But ruinous downpours are forecast there, with a possibility of 10mm of rain falling, agreeing to Sky News Weather.
Mr Sharpe said: “Across South Australia, Victoria and western NSW, thunderstorms are in all probability to produce hundreds of thousands of lightning strikes across today and tomorrow.
“Whirlwinds will be producing so much lightning due to the fact that upper causes of the atmosphere are very dry and the wind through the atmosphere is very strong.
Sydney stand: Grey skies loom over Brisbane on Monday
“So there is a huge amount of static electricity building up in the atmosphere with the thunderstorms.”
Sydney’s prediction shows cloud and rain for the next few days.
Between 2mm and 6mm of rainfall could be captured there on Thursday, according to Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology.
The weather instrumentality issued a surf warning for the coastline between Sydney and Byron with “shaky” conditions for rocking fishing boating and swimming.
A strong wind counsel is also in place for Byron Coast and Eden Coast for tomorrow.