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On Saturday morning Sydney awoke to its coldest morning of the year so far, at just seven degrees it was a good day to sleep in.
Canberra took until brunch to shake off the frozen fog which had blanketed much of northern ACT just before sunrise when it had chilled to minus five degrees.
There are early signs that some welcome rain could develop across parts of eastern Australia next week.
Canberra and Adelaide just had their coldest morning of 2018 after temperatures plummeted across southern Australia during the longest night of the year.
Sydney is having its first wetter than average month since last June, helping the city recover after its driest start to a year in more than a decade.
It was another cold and frosty morning across the southern half a Australia on Thursday as the sun rose on the shortest day of the year.
The prospect of El Nino forming during the second half of 2018 is troubling for parched western NSW, where some places are experiencing their driest year to date in more than five decades.
The southern hemisphere's winter solstice occurs in Australia on Thursday, marking the shortest day of the year across the country.
The chance of an El Nino forming during the second half of 2018 is increasing as the equatorial Pacific Ocean continues to warm.
Parts of Queensland experienced their lowest temperature in more than a decade on Tuesday morning as frost blanketed central and eastern Australia.
Cold air, clear skies and light winds will cause widespread frost across multiple states and territories on Tuesday morning.
A pulse of wintry weather has sent shivers across southeastern Australia during the last few days.
It seems that every year, and especially around the first decent snowfall of the season, we always get asked where abouts it will snow.
Skies have been sunny across Sydney over the weekend, but a biting wind from a cold airmass over southeastern parts of the country is making it feel significantly colder than the mercury would suggest.
A cold airmass with clear overnight skies brought the coldest morning so far this year to parts of southern Queensland.
Western parts of the Pilbara are in for another wet spell over the coming days.
After a dry and mostly sunny weekend in Perth, a burst of heavy rain and thunderstorms will affect the city from as early as Sunday night as a cold front sweeps over Western Australia.
Australia's ski resorts are enjoying one of the best early-season snowfalls in years as a series of cold fronts sweep over the alps.
Southern parts of South Australia are under a severe weather warning this afternoon as a cold front starts to move over the state.
The coldest weather in a couple of years will cause widespread and low level snow in southeastern Australia this weekend.
Parts of western Queensland have received more than two months' worth of rain in the last 24 hours.
Parts of NSW could have their coldest day in two years this weekend, allowing snow to reach low levels along the state's southern and central ranges.
Parts of central western Queensland could receive their heaviest rain in three months this week.
The first decent snowfall of the 2018 ski season is on the cards at the end of this week, and it won't just be the alps turning white.
Brisk southerly winds are driving showers onto coastal NSW with some places having their highest daily June total in five years.
Tasmania enjoyed a crisp, frosty but clear Sunday morning ahead of a cold, rainy week.
Following a week of wild frontal weather, and cleanup operations still active across the southwestern parts of the state, another cold front is delivering modest showers to southwestern WA this weekend.
High pressure will bring some cold mornings for southeast districts of Queensland next week.
Most of Australia's ski resorts won't be opening their slopes this long weekend, despite some fresh falls in the mountains today.
Parts of South Australia have enjoyed their best rain so far this year as the season's first northwest cloudband delivers welcome falls in the parched state.
Perth will receive another bout of welcome rain this weekend as a cold front crosses Western Australia's South West Land Division.
Heavy rain is drenching Western Australia's Pilbara district this week, with some areas receiving more than three times their entire monthly average in just two days.
Parts of southern Australia could see their best rain so far this year during the second half of this week.
Rain has returned to parched areas of eastern NSW this week, with some places receiving their best falls so far this year during the last 24 hours.
Parts of Western Australia's Gascoyne District just had their wettest June day on record, while damaging winds lashed the state's southwest.
Rainfall deficiencies have increased across parts of southeastern Australia following the country's third driest May on record.
More than a month's worth of rain could fall over Western Australia's North West Land Division during the coming days.
Winter has well and truly arrived for Alice Springs after a run of freezing mornings in the Red Centre.