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A strong cold front crossing the southwest corner of Western Australia tonight could cause damaging, possibly destructive, wind gusts in some areas.
The snow depth in Australia's alps has increased during the past four consecutive weeks as July continues to make up for a sluggish start to the season.
Perth was soaked by heavy showers this morning, continuing a trend of frequent wet weather in the city this month.
Unseasonable and potentially record-breaking July heat will elevate fire danger ratings across parts of southeastern Australia this weekend.
It's going to be a blustery night in parts of eastern NSW, Victoria and Tasmania with damaging gusts possible in some areas into tomorrow morning.
Record-breaking July warmth could affect parts of NSW this weekend before a strong cold front sweeps over the state.
Brisbane is enjoying a warm day after its coldest morning in two years.
A waterspout rattled Perth's coastal suburb of Scarborough on Sunday, sending cars - and social media - into a spin.
A complex series of troughs, fronts and an associated low pressure system led to heavy rainfall across New Zealand's South Island this weekend, also resulting in a fair bit of snow over the Southern Alps.
Over the next few days parts of NSW will experience significantly warmer-than-average days with high pressure over the region bringing westerly winds from the interior.
Winter has made itself felt in recent days over the southeastern inland but not in the form of rain bearing cold fronts.
Canberra is known for its cold weather, although this winter has been even colder - and drier - than usual.
It's a frosty end to the week across much of eastern and southeast Australia, with parts of four states experiencing their lowest temperature in two years this morning.
Sydney is about to take a break from winter, with a run of warm and spring-like weather on the cards for NSW next week.
Australia's alps have bounced back from a woeful start to the season, with today marking three consecutive weeks of snow gain.
Parts of central Queensland are having their warmest July day in more than 20 years today, while the southeast shivers.
Snow has fallen on the Central and Northern Tablelands of NSW today as a pool of cold air spreads across the state.
It was a spring-like day in parts of Queensland and NSW today, although a return of wintry weather is just around the corner.
Strong winds continue to buffet South Australia today following the heaviest rain in more than a year in some parts of the state.
A small earthquake occurred off the coast of Sydney this morning.
A series of complex low pressure systems, fronts and troughs will bring cold, wet and windy weather to southern Australia this week.
In Thredbo, Perisher and Cooma, this morning was the coldest it has been all winter.
Summer-like storms have flashed across the skies of Queensland, leaving a rare fogbow in its wake.
With very little time between recent rainfall events, southwestern parts of Western Australia are feeling the cold and wet from another front this weekend.
A freezing Sunday morning coming up for much of the southeast before another cold front kick starts the working week with gusty showers and healthy snowfalls over the Alps.
After a three-day battle against the worst weather that winter can bring, there is some reprieve on the cards for New Zealand.
More winter showers are forecast for parts of southern Australia over the weekend, in addition to the already cold temperatures expected.
A cold front leading to a cold morning over parts of southeastern Australia is set to deliver snowfalls over the alps.
The southeastern states are in for cold mornings this weekend following a trend of below average mornings this July.
Tonight's deciding match in this year's State of Origin series will see Queensland's Maroons take on the New South Wales Blues at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
Australia's southeast will be given a chance to thaw out during the next couple of mornings following a string of frosty starts.
Locals in NSW may have taken a while to thaw out today after some areas experienced their coldest morning in seven years.
A series of intense weather systems will produce a four-day spell of wild wintry weather in New Zealand this week.
Parts of Australia's interior are on flood watch today following four month's worth of rain 24 hours.
Last year, New South Wales enjoyed its third wettest winter on record, but this year is leaving the ground dry as chips.
Thunderstorms have flashed across the North Island overnight as a low pressure system bears down on Aotearoa.
After a very dry June, the southeastern parts of South Australia are receiving a good dousing.