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New Zealanders are bracing for a week of wild weather.
Frosty morning temperatures are expected over Victoria and New South Wales on Thursday.
Night-time temperatures will drop well below average in the Capital from Wednesday.
Warmer-than-normal oceans have contributed to a late end to a big wet season across the southern hemisphere.
What will the weather be like for ANZAC Day Dawn Services around the country? Sydney will be dry with temperatures ranging from around 18 degrees in the east to 14 in the west.
The best rain in three-to-six months will soak parts of the Murray-Darling Basin during the next three days, before a wintry blast grips Australia's southeast.
Heavy rain has fallen over Queensland's far north and there is more tropical activity on the cards this week.
New South Wales: The Premier State, the state other states love to hate.
While thundery clouds and showers are clearing over South Australia over the weekend, more rainfall is headed to the southern and southeastern parts of the country early next week.
People in some of Australia's southern states could witness the Aurora Australis tonight.
Two month's worth of rain has fallen in agricultural regions of South Australia and Victoria during the last 24 hours, with some areas breaking records for this time of the year.
Waterfalls have been cascading down Uluru this week as thunderstorms rumble over the Red Centre.
Parts of Tasmania are having their warmest day this late in the season for almost 50 years.
Parts of the Lower Murray-Darling Basin could receive a month's worth of rain during the next two days.
Adelaide woke up to its warmest April morning in 10 years but a change is on the way.
Much of South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales are being treated so right by the April sun, helping it warm five-to-10 degrees above average, the warmest this late in autumn in several years.
Showers will again make return to plague the New South Wales and Queensland coast this week, bringing an end to the generally clear and warm Easter weekend.
The tropical low that made Darwin rug up last week has now dissipated of Western Australia's Pilbara coast.
A low and trough is delivering plenty of lightning to southern central WA to finish off the Easter long weekend.
Following a very wet March, Lord Howe Island received another good douse of rain during the first week of April 2017.
Now that the sun has risen on Easter Sunday, celebrations are in full swing, with only a few showers in the north and west dampening the mood.
A number of locations in New South Wales had their coldest April morning in several years, including parts of Sydney.
Residents in some inland parts of NSW awoke to a thick blanket of fog on Saturday morning.
Following a few days of heavy rainfall and squally conditions due to a slow-moving front and low, additional severe weather conditions from ex-Tropical Cyclone Cook continue to be felt over parts of Aotearoa.
Sydney and Brisbane are set for a surprisingly sunny and dry Easter.
A tropical low near Western Australia's Kimberley District has failed to develop into a tropical cyclone.
Darwin locals have had to layer up like never before during the wet season.
New Zealand is bracing for another round of severe weather, with the remnants of Tropical Cyclone Cook Tropical expected to cross the country later this week.
Wave heights have increased rapidly near the central coast of New South Wales today.
Darwin's prosperous wet season is about to receive another burst of rain as the threat of a tropical cyclone looms for the Top End.
Australia's late-season cyclone surge continues this week and Darwin may be impacted in the coming days.
Australia's southeast is shivering through its first real taste of cold weather for the year as an impressive cover of early-season snow blankets the alps.
A strong cold front is making its presence felt as it continues its march across the southeast.
With tropical cyclone season soon to wrap up, Australian and nearby tropical waters have seen a surge in cyclone activity late in the season.
West coast of Australia the place to be this weekend With cold and stormy weather affecting the southern and southeastern parts of the country in coming days, while residual flooding and strong winds still plague the east, it looks like the best beach weather can be found along the west coast.
After a pleasant burst of warmth this weekend, strong winds, frequent showers and cooler temperatures will dominate the weather next week.
It will be a weekend of two halves in Melbourne as the strongest cold front so far this season crosses Victoria on Sunday.