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November is shaping up to a disappointing month for those hoping for some late-Spring heat.
Wind gusts in excess of 110km/h were recorded yesterday afternoon as storms rolled over WA's southeast.
Perth is set for a run of cooler conditions over the next few days, following on from a two week period of mostly well above average temperatures.
Parts of the Blue Mountains reported a covering of hail on Friday afternoon, as severe thunderstorms rolled through the area.
Severe thunderstorms are affecting parts of Victoria, NSW, the ACT and Queensland today.
Melbourne's warm spell came to an abrupt end this afternoon as a southerly change swept through the city, with peakhour storms adding to the turbulent weather.
A prolonged spell of stormy weather will affect Australia's eastern states during the second half of this week.
Some areas of southern Australia are having their warmest November day in more than a decade today.
Parts of Victoria and SA will experience their highest temperatures in eight to nine months today as the mercury soars 15 degrees above average in both states.
Total fire bans have been issued in multiple states on Tuesday as temperatures rise in Australia's southeast inland.
Severe thunderstorms targeted populated areas in Western Australia on Sunday night.
Perth has seen consistently above average temperatures this month, with no signs of any substantial cooling.
Farmers and pastoralists across much of NSW and parts of QLD have had a fairly dry winter and spring, but hope is on the way.
Whilst half of the nation is currently experiencing some pretty stormy conditions the other half is enjoying pleasant temperatures and plenty of sunshine.
Severe weather season is definitely in full swing as every state proves likely to see a thunderstorm fire up in the next week.
Temperatures will be on the rise in southern Australia this weekend.
South Australia will experience a prolonged spell of early season heat during the next six days.
Many Melburnians would be be happy to see some warmer weather in their forecast this week after the city's longest late-season cool spell in four years.
The next week will be mostly warm and dry across inland areas of NSW, although a rain-bearing system may be on the horizon.
Wild storms caused damaging winds, heavy rainfall and large hail in parts of eastern Queensland on Tuesday.
Severe thunderstorms are targeting parts of Queensland today, with the potential for very dangerous storms in populated areas.
Cup Day is underway in Melbourne and it's feeling a bit nippy trackside.
A line of intense thunderstorms moved through parts of central and northern NSW on Monday afternoon.
Heavy rain, damaging wind, severe thunderstorms and hazardous surf will affect NSW today, prompting multiple warnings across the state.
More rain is on the way for parts of New South Wales with a Tasman Low forecast to spin up late on Monday.
The current set-up over Western Australia is bringing hot, dry and windy conditions, leading to elevated fire danger over a large proportion of the state.
Sydneysiders are in for their coldest weekend in months as cloud and showers develop.
Last night saw temperatures dip below freezing in a number of places across southeast South Australia and western and central Victoria.
Racegoers are set to shiver through the coldest Derby Day-Cup Day double since 1974.
A large iceberg has been spotted off the coast of Macquarie Island this week.
Perth is forecast to have its warmest opening week of November on record.
Temperature records tumbled in Tasmania during October as parts of the state experienced unprecedented mid-spring warmth.
NSW experienced a shift in weather patterns during October as record-breaking early-season heat was replaced by more frequent days of cloud and rain.
Large and powerful surf will affect the NSW coastline for the next two days as a low pressure system deepens over the Tasman Sea.