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A cold front is surging across southern Australia today and will reach the Alps on Sunday morning.
A pair of fronts are set to bring a chilly start to winter for the South Australian capital.
The cumulative effect of two rain-bearing systems in the last saw many locations across New South Wales exceed their monthly average rainfall by Wednesday morning.
It will be a picture-perfect start to Vivid Sydney as lasers, stars and moonlight illuminate the harbour tonight.
It's going to be a chilly end to autumn in Australia's southeast, with three cold fronts set to sweep through during the six days.
Flights were diverted from Brisbane Airport this morning as fog once again shrouded southeast Queensland.
Sydneysiders were woken up this morning by a loud bang that may have been caused by a rare type of lightning.
Perth has received more rain during the last four days than the last two and a half months combined.
Fog is a sure sign that winter is on the way and there was plenty of it across the country this morning.
Early risers along the New South Wales coast may have been surprised to see big waves as the sun rose this morning.
Aurora chasers in Tasmania and Victoria stayed up late on the weekend to catch a glimpse of the southern lights.
Showers are likely most days this week in Adelaide but they are unlikely to amount to enough to stop this autumn being the driest in 12 years.
After a rather wet and miserable end to the working week with the wettest day in a month for Sydney things look to improve over the coming days.
In the wake of widespread rain, nights and mornings are being obscured by fog across much of southeastern Australia, including the big cities.
A lot of attention has been given to the significant rainfall totals over NSW and parts of QLD, some of which were the highest in decades for May, but what about the other side of the country? Does Western Australia have anything to say for itself? It turns out a trough and cold front have worked together to deliver some widespread and large rainfall totals over a couple of days.
It was a wet morning in the southwestern districts of Western Australia, although Perth missed out on the heavy falls.
Rainfall totals are stacking up across eastern Australia as a late-autumn deluge breaks records in some areas.
Australia's eastern capital cities will miss out on the heaviest falls as a widespread rain event soaks parts of five states and territories during the next three days.
Parts of eastern Queensland have seen more than a month's worth of rain in the last 12 hours, with plenty more on the way today.
A red sky and aeroplane contrails seen over Canberra this morning were a sign that stormy weather is on the way.
Melbourne is going for a fog trifecta tomorrow.
It was a wintry start to the week in Perth as a cold front swept over Australia's southwest on Monday.
A substantial late-autumn rain event will affect Australia's eastern states and territories during the second half of this week.
After a mild Saturday, it looks like Mother's Day celebrations in southwestern WA may have to remain indoors, in the afternoon at least.
Hazard-reduction burning in the east and west brought a hazy start to the weekend in both Sydney and Perth.
Mums in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Perth will have to watch out for rain on Mother's Day if they're heading out.
More than a month's worth of rain has fallen in southern parts of Western Australia during the last 24 hours The deluge was produced by a trough and low pressure system moving across the region from west to east.
A waterspout was spotted off the coast of Sydney this morning.
You may have noticed that last night wasn't as dark as it usually is.
Tropical Cyclone Ella is approaching Fiji and could cause severe weather across the country's eastern island groups from tomorrow.
It has been a dry start to May across New South Wales, although some decent rain could be on the horizon.
Cloud over central and southeast Queensland is keeping a cap on temperatures and bringing a decent bout of late-autumn rain in some areas.
Parts of New Caledonia will be battered by wild weather as Severe Tropical Cyclone Donna passes close to the country's east during the next 24 hours.
An icy start in New South Wales and the ACT made it even harder than usual to get out of bed this morning.
Severe Tropical Cyclone Donna is heading towards New Caledonia after causing a trail of damage in northern Vanuatu on the weekend.
Increasing showery winds along the Queensland coast have potential to bring almost a month's worth of rain to some areas this week.