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A cold front due to cross the alpine region will bring some snow to the resorts from Tuesday, assisting the snow-making guns that are currently forming the base for the upcoming winter.
With a trifecta of 20 degree days on the cards for Melbourne, residents are encouraged to make the most of these final warm days.
Rainfall of over 50mm has been recorded along the Sunshine State's coast overnight with plenty more to come.
Conditions appear primed for areas of fog to develop over parts of Sydney on Sunday morning.
Severe weather continues to threaten parts of WA today after a powerful front crossed the state's west coast overnight.
Perth's run of warm and dry weather will come to an abrupt end tonight when one of Western Australia's strongest cold front so far this year reaches the state's west coast.
Sydney just had one of its driest June to May periods on record.
NSW, like most of Australia, has been stuck in a stagnant weather pattern for the last week, with a high pressure system to the south of the country blocking cold fronts from bringing any substantial rainfall.
The stable weather pattern that has been gripping Australia through the middle of May will soon break down, making way for more active weather across southern states during the final week of autumn.
Damaging winds lashed parts of Tasmania last night, with gusts pushing above 100km/h in the state's capital city.
There's been lots of talk about high pressure systems in Australia during the last week and this discussion looks set to continue well into the end of May, possibly longer.
Perth's run of unseasonably warm and dry weather will come to an end on Friday when a powerful cold front crosses the southwest corner of Western Australia.
Over the last week southern Queensland has seen a series of chilly mornings.
A wet Friday has brought relief for parched Adelaide as heavy showers crossed the city.
With winter drawing closer by the day, just how cold can, and will it get in Australia this year? Earth's seasons are caused by changes in the tilt of our planet relative to the sun throughout the year.
Darwin's run of chilly mornings will come to an end as minimum temperatures climb back up into the twenties from the weekend.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued a seasonal forecast for winter on Thursday.
Perth is likely to break a late-season warmth record today as the city continues it's unseasonably long run of dry and sunny days.
Parts of South Australia experienced their lowest May temperature in more than a decade on Wednesday morning.
A stagnant weather pattern will lead to a run of dry and mild weather across NSW for at least the next week.
Autumn is an interesting time of year in Australia because in many parts of the country, the air temperature is lower than the water temperature.
Darwin experienced its coolest morning so far this year on Monday, and it could get even chillier later in the week.
Perth is forecast to have its warmest week this late in autumn for more than 30 years.
The recent cold front and complex low pressure that swept across the nation's south and southeast led to some very interesting and significant weather impacts, including fires with strong winds ahead of the systems, snow flurries across the elevated areas of Victoria, Tasmania and New South Wales, and flooding rainfall to parts of these states.
The dry season is underway in the tropics and at the moment Northern Territory's Top End and tropical Queensland are seeing a dry surge.
Today is arguably the best beach weather Perth has experienced this close to midwinter in more than a 100 years.
After a run of warm days to start the week in Sydney, it's a different story to end it.
After days of wild weather in southeastern Australia, a stable weather pattern looks like it's about to settle in across the country through the middle of May.
Snow settled to low levels in multiple states last night as a pool of Antarctic air swept across southeastern Australia.
Unseasonable warmth will affect parts of Western Australia in the coming days.
Severe weather warnings have been issued in multiple states this morning as a complex low pressure system starts to take shape near southeastern Australia.
A flood watch has been issued for the eastern half of Tasmania, with heavy rain expected during the next two days.
Large and powerful waves will impact parts of Australia's southern and eastern coastlines in the coming days.
The heaviest rain in more than a year soaked Queensland's Sunshine Coast on Monday, although other areas in the state's southeast missed out.