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It's been a windy few days in Tasmania as a pair of strong cold fronts swept across the state.
The amount of significant weather across Australia on the weekend was remarkable.
After passing over Darwin on Saturday Tropical Cyclone Marcus made landfall over the northern Kimberley coast as a category two system.
It's going to be an unseasonably hot day in Sydney on Sunday, with temperatures to climb close to the March records.
It's going to be an unseasonably hot day in Sydney on Sunday, with the mercury forecast to climb to within two degrees of the city's maximum temperature record for this time of year.
Tropical Cyclone Marcus has formed off the north coast of the Northern Territory and could affect Darwin on Saturday.
It may be snowing in Tasmania early next week as a burst of cold air from the Southern Ocean surges across the state on the eve of the March equinox.
A low pressure system has developed to the north of Australia and it may become a tropical cyclone during the coming days.
Tropical Cyclone Linda was downgraded to a subtropical low pressure system on Wednesday morning, less than 24 hours after it formed over the Coral Sea.
It's going to be a summer-like weekend across southeastern Australia as a pulse of inland heat sweeps across the region, elevating fire danger ratings in multiple states.
Melbourne had its heaviest shower in almost six weeks today, breaking an extended run of near-dry weather in Victoria's capital city.
Parts of northern Australia had an exceptionally wet start to 2018, and now an active monsoon is expected to bring another burst of tropical rain during the next week.
It's going to be a summer-like weekend in Sydney, possibly the first weekend in more than a year with both days over 30 degrees in the city.
A mass of cloud swirling slowly over the northeastern Coral Sea has the potential to become Australia's next tropical cyclone this week.
Auckland and the north coast of New Zealand are preparing for effects from Tropical Cyclone Hola on Monday.
Easterly winds gusting up to 100km/h will tear through southwestern parts of Western Australia on Sunday morning.
With much of eastern parts of Australia seeing a slight cooling trend and easing of recent summer heat, above average temperatures are stubbornly lingering over most of Western Australia.
Balmy summer-like days are on their way out, with cooler conditions just around the corner.
Alice Springs received a month's worth of rain in the last two days as thick cloud blankets central Australia.
The streets of Ingham were underwater on Friday morning as the Herbert River rose 10 metres in 24 hours, to more than two metres above the major flood level.
Parts of Victoria and South Australia are longing for rain after a prolonged dry spell in the opening months of 2018.
There are increasing signs that a tropical cyclone could develop in Australian waters during the next week as monsoon activity increases over the nation's sodden northeast.
Heavy rain will return to Queensland's flood-weary northern tropics during the second half of this week.
According to a report published by the Bureau of Meteorology last week, Australia just had its second-warmest summer on record.
A slow-moving low pressure system and trough have caused a prolonged spell of heavy rain and storms over Queensland during the past week.
Hot air wafting over southwestern Australia will send the mercury soaring in Perth on Tuesday.
Days of heavy rain have caused flooding across a large swathe of northern Queensland and the wet weather isn't over just yet.
The deep low pressure system lingering over western QLD should weaken early this week, shifting the bulk of the rain into the NT.
Showers in the wake of a southerly change and a trough over the northeast will deliver a wet and thundery Monday for many parts of eastern and northern New South Wales.
For some it has been heartbreak, and for others this rain event is inspiring hope, but for most towns this rain event is far from over.
Saturday is mostly sunny and warm for many places in southeast Australia, however a cold front will bring much different conditions come Sunday.
Heavy rain will spread through northwest Queensland during the next week, with some areas a chance to see records challenged and prolonged river flooding.
Australia just had its second warmest summer on record.
Days of heavy rain have flooded roads and boosted dam levels around Townsville.
Heavy rain and flooding are affecting parts of north tropical Queensland this week.
A multi-day thunderstorm outbreak will affect parts of NSW during the opening week of autumn.
Melbourne has just had its driest February in 27 years at the end of its wettest summer since 2011.