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While Australia's natural snow depth only increased slightly over the last week, the ski slopes have been enjoying ideal snowmaking conditions.
Australia registered its lowest June temperature in eight years on Thursday morning as frost formed in every state and territory.
It's going to be a wet weekend in Perth, as a cold front brings a burst of wind and rain to Western Australia.
Widespread frost will develop across NSW during the next few nights, while heavy showers are set to develop for some areas east of the ranges this weekend.
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Sydney was drenched by its heaviest rain in three months on Monday.
Out-of-season thunderstorms brought more than 100mm of rain to parts of southeast Queensland during the last 24 hours.
Sydneysiders awoke to a soggy morning on Sunday as an offshore low pressure trough drove showers through the basin.
In the southeast of Queensland, some unseasonable warmth has lingered around for the past couple of days, however these conditions aren't expected to last.
A band of persistent cold fronts is continuing to drench parts of western Tasmania, while eastern TAS remains in a rainfall deficit.
Some towns in New South Wales have woken up to wildly different morning temperatures thanks to a cloudband over the northeast.
Sydney experienced an unprecedented run of June warmth this week.
Warm air and rain have taken a toll on Australia's natural snow depth during the last week.
A slow-moving low pressure trough left some healthy falls across southern New South Wales yesterday.
After a few days of no snowfall, what does the next week look like and will there be any significant falls? Whilst the upcoming week will bring a few flurries of the white stuff, unfortunately no really significant falls are expected.
A significant rain-bearing cold front, currently situated over the eastern parts of South Australia and western Victoria, is slowly making its way over the southeastern parts of the country, bringing the best June rainfall in decades to some stations.
Parts of inland Queensland have had a few toasty winter days.
A spell of above-average daytime heat is expected across New South Wales this week, particularly on Wednesday.
Rain is on the way for parts of South Australia and Victoria tomorrow as a frontal system crosses the south.
A frontal system moving across the south of the continent brought another period of strong winds to coastal South Australia and Victoria last night.
A severe weather warning for damaging winds was issued by the Bureau of Meteorology today for southeastern parts of NSW, including the nation's capital, Canberra.
Conditions across the Australian Alps are likely to deteriorate from this afternoon and into tomorrow, with the best conditions in the next week looking to be Tuesday 11th June.
Fog mixed with smoke from hazard reduction burning has caused the air quality in Sydney this morning to be rated poor in some parts.
Yesterday's passing cold front saw many parts of southern and central WA experience their wettest day yet for this year.
Fog has become widespread across Sydney and very thick in some areas early this morning, causing travel headaches.
Geraldton has seen more rain during the last 24 hours than the last nine months combined.
Unseasonably warm air will return to southeastern Australia during the next several days, ending the region's chilly start to winter.
A series of cold fronts will bring welcome rain to parts of Western Australia during the next five days.
Australia just had one of its warmest autumns on record, continuing an exceptionally warm start to 2019 in some parts of the country.
The official snow depth measured at Spencers Creek on Tuesday confirmed that Australia’s alps are having their best start to the ski season since the year 2000.
Massive waves were slamming into the NSW coast on Tuesday as a deep low pressure system churns up the Tasman Sea.
Parts of central and northern NSW have woken to a blanket of snow as heavy rain and damaging winds lash the state's coast.
A burst of damaging winds, heavy rain and damaging surf will lash parts of the Sydney Basin on Tuesday morning, causing dangerous weather during the city’s morning commute.
Parts of southeastern Australia are being warned of heavy rain, damaging winds, powerful surf and low-level snow during the next 24 hours.
On the first day of the winter season, several locations in southwestern parts of Western Australia have seen their hottest June day in over a decade.
Another burst of cold air will spread across the southeast over the next few days, knocking temperatures into the low teens or single digits for all major capitals Tuesday afternoon, and bringing further snow to the alps and Tablelands.
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