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As thoughts turn to warmer weather and what lies ahead for Australia's summer, there may be some already missing the colder days of winter and the snow season.
An upper level trough drawing moisture from the tropical Indian Ocean may deliver some welcome rain to the Western Australia's Northern and Southern Interior and Northern Territory's Lasseter districts.
Tasmania just had a very warm September night, the second night in a row that minimum temperatures across the state were reporting well above average. Warm air from mainland Australia has filtered down to the southeastern parts of the country, forced further south by strong winds from the interior associated with an approaching cold front.
A low pressure system and associated front are crossing New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania today bringing strong winds, rain, thunderstorms and high temperatures.
Unusual clouds have appeared over Melbourne for the second time in as many weeks, following the city's warmest night in at least four months.
A wet start to the week did little to boost the Sydney's water storage levels, according to a report released by Water NSW on Thursday.
Parts of South Australia are experiencing their most intense September fire weather in more than a decade on Thursday.
The heaviest rain in 1-3 years has fallen in parts of eastern NSW during the last couple of days, prompting a flood watch in parts of the lower Hunter and Central Coast.
Thunderstorms are moving through northeast NSW and southeast Queensland this afternoon, prompting warnings in some areas.
Snow fell to low levels in NSW and the ACT overnight, with a few flakes even reaching Canberra.
A fire weather warning has been issued for parts of southeast Queensland on Tuesday, with challenging fire weather also on the cards in northeast NSW.
Sunshine and spring warmth will be replaced by rain, snow and blustery wind in parts of NSW during the next two days.
It was an aptly named Sunday today, with temperatures reaching 28 degrees in the city, and hitting 30 degrees for western Sydney. A very weak seabreeze and increasing cloud will keep the temperatures up overnight, with the eastern suburbs looking to only drop to 16-to-18 degrees overnight. On Monday, it will be another warm one.
This time of year is notable for its big weather swings and this week is no exception with some places in the south of the country expected to cool by as much as 15-20 degrees in 24 hours.
For those that like the heat, it's been a good couple of days in Kalgoorlie.
Widespread showers look to develop early next week, giving some parched parts of New South Wales a needed drink.
Smoke continues to drift across northeast NSW after a week of active bushfires.
Parts of the Australian alps are enjoying one of the best late-season snow bases of the last two decades.
A rare cloud formation appeared over Melbourne on Thursday morning, stunning onlookers across the city.
A cold front will cross Tasmania on Wednesday night, bringing a burst of wind and rain that could cause damage in some areas.
Weipa registered its lowest spring temperature in 25 years on Wednesday morning as cold air spreads across Queensland.
The spring equinox is less than two weeks away, meaning days will soon be longer than nights in Australia and the southern hemisphere.
Parts of the Murray Darling Basin have amassed multi-year rainfall deficiencies that have no precedent during the last 120 years, with more dry weather on the way.
Perth registered its second highest September temperature on record on Monday as the first bout of spring warmth hit the nation's southwest.
Smoke from bushfires in eastern Australia is passing to the north of New Zealand today.
A strong low pressure system making its way east over the Tasman Sea is directing very large swells towards the NSW coast.
A low pressure trough will direct a hot airmass over southwestern WA on Monday with some areas reaching 11 degrees above average.
A deep low and cold front generated wind gusts well over 100km/h in parts of Victoria and NSW on Friday and Saturday.
Temperatures in the southeast of Queensland soared yesterday after northwesterly winds drew heat into the region, however, cooler southwesterly winds are set to bring about change.
Australia's alps have entered spring with an impressive amount of natural snow still on the ground.
Australia is a land of weather extremes and spring is a season of contrasts across the country.
A series of low pressure systems and cold fronts will bring a bout of fresh snow to the Australian alps at the end of this week.
Brisbane is currently experiencing its warmest weather this early in the season for 10 years.
Devastating images are starting to surface from the Bahamas showing the scale of destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian during the last several days.
Temperatures will drop by more than 10 degrees in parts of NSW later in the week as a cold front sweeps across the state.
Australia's sixth warmest and ninth driest winter on record is likely to be followed by above average temperatures and below average rain this spring.
Hurricane Dorian stalled over the Bahamas on Monday, causing a prolonged period of life-threatening weather on Grand Bahama Island.