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Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued in NSW each day this week, with more dangerous storms likely to develop in central and northern parts of the state on Thursday.
Rain and thunderstorms that disrupted Meghan and Harry's royal visit to Dubbo on Wednesday weren't all bad news.
There has been a remarkable change in the weather across NSW during October, with some drought-weary areas of the state receiving their heaviest rain so far this year.
Rain, thunderstorms and odd clouds have swept across South Australia and Victoria during the last 24 hours.
A pair of low pressure systems are causing severe weather along the eastern and southern coasts of Australia on Monday.
A swathe of warmth and humidity more typical of late spring or summer is slowly passing through South Australia, along with rain and storms, good for some but not others.
After several days of settled conditions, Victoria is in for a soggy week.
After nearly double the monthly average rainfall last month, Darwin is currently in the midst of its driest start to October in 4 years.
With sunshine finally peeking out from behind the clouds in Sydney this Saturday after prolonged cold and rainfall, it's hard to believe that yet more rainfall is expected during the next few days.
Australia's alps received a late-season dusting of snow this week, although it did little to slow the ongoing spring thaw in the mountains.
The upcoming bushfire season will be brought forward by one to two weeks in parts of South Australia due to a dry winter and warm spring.
Supercell thunderstorms lashed southeast Queensland on Thursday, prompting the Bureau of Meteorology to issue warnings for tornadoes and giant hail.
Hurricane Michael has left a trail of destruction across America's southeastern states after making landfall in Florida on Wednesday.
Parts of NSW received their best rain in more than six months on Wednesday as thunderstorms swept across the state.
Australia may be affected by El Nino and a positive Indian Ocean Dipole during the coming months.
A blustery change will sweep over southeastern Australia during the next 24 hours, dropping temperatures in multiple states and triggering thunderstorms in some areas.
Rainfall has been unevenly distributed across South Australia in recent months, resulting in a notable contrast of crop yields across the state's agricultural areas.
Severe thunderstorms may develop in Queensland each day this week.
Australia's upcoming tropical cyclone season is tipped to be quieter than usual in terms of cyclone numbers, but not necessarily cyclone intensity.
A trough will cross SA on Monday, bringing showers and a few isolated thunderstorms to a very dry state.
It has been a soggy start to October and more is on the way with a low pressure system lingering just off the Sydney Coast.
Sydney has seen some impressive rainfall over the last couple of days, but how does it stack up against previous month and years.
Lightning lit up the sky over parts of central Australia on Friday night and early Saturday as thunderstorms made their way east.
Kalgoorlie has recorded three months worth of rain during the last week.
Welcome rain continues to dampen drought-affected parts of eastern Australia, while parts of Sydney receive their best rain in two years.
Parts of Western Australia have received their best rain in a few months as a low pressure system and trough sweeps across the state.
Some areas of parched western NSW have received their best falls so far this year as a rain-bearing low pressure system moves across eastern Australia.
Rain and storms will affect the southern half of WA during the next three days as a low pressure system sweeps across the state.
A low pressure system will bring widespread rain and thunderstorms to Australia's eastern states during the second half of this week.
Australia just experienced its driest calendar month in more than a century as the nation continues a prolonged spell of below-average rainfall that is defining 2018.
As Typhoon Trami generates destructive winds, flooding rainfall and coastal inundation in Japan, other countries in the Western Pacific are bracing for the arrival of Typhoon Kong-rey.
It only rained twice during September this year in Kalgoorlie.
Hot and dry conditions are combining with gusty winds to produce severe and extreme fire danger across the Top End today.
A lingering low pressure trough is producing severe thunderstorms this afternoon across southeastern parts of Queensland.
A low embedded in a trough over western WA is generating showers and thunderstorms, and will continue to do so across the weekend.