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A cold front delivered more healthy snowfalls over the last couple of days, adding to the already above average snowpack, with more snow on the way.
The Bureau of Meteorology have today released the latest climate outlook for September to October.
A vigorous frontal system has brought some of the strongest wind gusts in several years across the Apple Island.
Dry gusty winds and unseasonably warm temperatures are leading to Severe Fire Danger in the Greater Hunter, Greater Sydney and Illawarra/Shoalhaven fire areas.
Even though we are not yet half way through August, Perth has already recorded higher than average rainfall.
Another burst of frigid air is going to push across southeastern Australia this weekend and into early next week.
A moisture-laden trough on Sunday night has produced a rare dry-season downpour over the Tiwi Islands.
Bone-dry air with calm winds have brought parts of northern New South Wales and southern Queensland, their coldest morning in over a decade.
Another cold front has crossed Tasmania continuing what has been a wet and windy winter.
Australia's largest city can see some distinct differences in weather between its different suburbs.
The word drought is a such an emotive word- but what does drought mean? According to the Bureau of Meteorology, "drought is a prolonged, abnormally dry period when the amount of available water is insufficient to meet our normal use." This is especially significant as it affects many industries and businesses, not to mention its toll on the environment as well as communities.
Perth has just had its coldest pair of mornings this late in the season in eight years but the next few are looking progressively warmer.
Parts of southern Australia are having their windiest day so far this year due to the passage of a powerful cold front.
Australia's ski resorts are enjoying one of their best snow seasons in recent years, with even more fresh powder on the way this weekend.
Emergency warnings have been issued for separate fires burning out of control in the Northern Territory's western Top End today.
A strong cold front sweeping across southern Australia has prompted severe weather warnings for damaging winds in four states.
A strong cold front may cause severe weather and flooding in parts of Western Australia during the next 24 hours.
El Nino is synonymous with drought in Australia.
Parts of South Australia are already having a wetter than average August, with two more rain-bearing fronts set to drench the state's south this week.
Snow was falling to low levels in southern and central NSW and the ACT on Tuesday morning as a pulse of cold air surged across southeastern Australia.
While the southern states battle the wintry chills, it will be another hot and sunny day for the Northern Territory capital, as punters head to Fanny Bay Racecourse to watch the annual Darwin Cup.
Following more than a month of no rain for large parts of NSW, some locations finally managed to pick up some welcome, if modest, rainfall into early Monday.
Sydney's Warragamba Dam currently has its lowest volume of available water in about eight years.
A series of low pressure systems will lead a blustery week for those living in the south of the country this week.
After a strong cold front moved through overnight, southern parts of Western Australia are feeling winters sting.
Warm and windy conditions ended the working week, with finally some good falls for the ACT.
A series of snow-bearing cold fronts could push Australia's natural snow base towards two metres by the end of next week.
A flurry of cold fronts will sweep across southern Australia during the next week, causing multiple bouts of rain, thunderstorms, damaging winds and snow.
Australia's driest July in 16 years has caused rainfall deficiencies to increase across a large area of eastern Australia.
Another heat record may be broken in the northern hemisphere this week as temperatures soar in southern Europe.
California's Death Valley may have just experienced the hottest calendar month on record anywhere in the world.
A strong cold front is causing severe weather in Western Australia today, prompting alerts for dangerous wind, damaging surf and flooding.
A number of heat-related records were broken in Sydney this month as the city experienced September-like days during the middle of winter.
Some parts of drought-stricken NSW are having both their coldest and warmest July in more than 20 years, when considering maximum and minimum temperatures separately.
Parts of South Australia were blanketed by a rare type of fog on the weekend, turning a sunny day grey in a matter of minutes.
A low pressure trough brought some light showers to parts of the Sydney Basin in what has been a very dry month for large parts of New South Wales, including Sydney.
After weeks of baking in 30 degree heat in some areas, the UK is getting some much needed relief.