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Cloud cover and wind direction changes are conspiring to make for very fast changes in temperature over parts of Victoria and NSW on Saturday.
While temperatures are already soaring into the high 20's over Illawarra, the mercury is struggling in the low 20's across Sydney this morning.
It's going to be a balmy night for the 50,000 strong crowd at the Adelaide Oval tonight, while the Richmond Army should brace for a blustery change from the west on Saturday.
Severe weather is lashing Western Australia today with warnings in place across half of the state.
While parts of eastern Australia are bracing for record-breaking early spring heat this weekend, the alps are stubbornly continuing their purple patch of snow accumulation well into September.
Unprecedented September heat is forecast to affect parts of eastern Australia this weekend.
A pool of hot air is about to sweep across Australia, producing a spring heatwave in some areas and challenging records in others.
Unusually intense September heat will sweep across NSW this weekend ahead of a dry and gusty change, elevating fire danger ratings across the parched state.
Sydney is having its driest start to spring on record and the city was particularly parched today.
Hurricane Maria has begun a multi-day path of destruction through the Caribbean islands.
The second hurricane in a fortnight to affect the Caribbean will cause destructive winds and flooding rain in the coming days.
It was a blustery start to the week in the nation's southeast as a cold front and trailing low pressure system prompted severe weather warnings in multiple states.
Queenslanders are enjoying stunning sunny skies almost everyday with rain very hard to find.
With some parts of the country already having days that feel like summer and mornings where no jumper is needed, it looks like Canberra will have to put up with frosty mornings for the time being.
Showers and storms on Friday afternoon have brought the parched city of Melbourne their greatest 24 hour rain since ANZAC day.
Following a relatively dry month with rainfall days few and far apart, Perth looks to receive some respectable rainfall before the end of September.
Typhoon Talim is bearing down on Japan after narrowly missing China's biggest city, while parts of southeast Asia are bracing for weekend floods.
The Australian alps are having their best snow season in nearly two decades and the base just keeps getting deeper.
Perth is forecast to have its warmest day since May on Friday.
Winter-like weather has returned to NSW following a burst of early spring heat on Wednesday.
Sydney is having its warmest day this early in the season on record.
The first total fire bans of the season for NSW are in effect today as warm and dry winds fan parched vegetation across the state.
Parts of Australia's east coast are forecast to have their warmest September day in three to four years tomorrow.
Australia's alps are about to see four days of fresh spring snowfalls, extending the season's purple patch into the middle of September.
Most of Australia is cloud-free today and it's allowing temperatures to rise in the interior.
Hurricane Irma continues to cause life threatening weather after making landfall in Florida on the weekend.
Earlier this year, parts of Western Australia were in for a soaking, with some locations such as Port Hedland and Broome receiving an amount equal to their yearly average over the January and February period (nearly 500mm).
Hurricane Irma has already caused destruction in a string of Atlantic Islands, with Florida next in its path.
Australia's resorts are enjoying their best weekend in over a decade.
Temperatures are set to build from Monday before peaking on Wednesday, with temperatures far exceeding the September average.
Australia's 2017 ski season has reached new heights this week.
Parts of the Northern Territory's Top End are facing extreme fire danger today as hot, dry and windy weather prevails.
Hurricane Irma is producing a path of severe weather through the Caribbean islands this week as it approaches America's southeastern states.
People living in southern Australia may be able to see the Aurora Australis on Thursday night.
This year's bushfire season has the potential to be worse than usual in parts of NSW.
Apart from a brief spurt of spring-like warmth to start the season, much of southeastern Australia, is stuck in a mid-winter rut.
The snowiest week of the year has begun.
The snowiest week of the year has begun with 70-110cm of fresh snow due to fall across the main resorts, taking the natural snow depth to not only a season high but the highest in several years.
One of the coldest blasts of the year is sweeping across southeastern Australia, more typical of July than September.
Wind is howling as we enter what should be the snowiest week of the year with 70-120 centimetres of fresh snow due to fall across the main resorts.