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An large and powerful swell hit the NSW coast on Thursday, with maximum wave heights exceeding 13 meters near Sydney.
Surf is building along the NSW coast this morning after wild winds lashed parts of southeastern Australia overnight.
Damaging winds, blizzards and wild surf will continue to pummel parts of southeastern Australia during the next 24-48 hours.
Some areas in NSW have started their bushfire season early this year in response to unusually warm and dry weather.
A strong high pressure system and a cold front will produce blustery winds from Tasmania to the Top End on Tuesday.
Strong winds ejected a large plume of Queensland dust across Gulf of Carpentaria on Monday.
A mass of cold polar air caused rain, hail and snow across multiple states and territories during the weekend, with more wintry weather on the way in the coming days.
Australia's southernmost state is about the feel the brunt of the Roaring Forties, with a run of cold fronts lining up to deliver wild weather.
Those in Perth will have woken up to a chilly one this morning, with the cities' temperature falling to a cool 3 degrees overnight in the wake of Friday's strong cold front.
A strong cold front delivered at least some rain to most central and southern districts of WA, except for Eucla, over the last 24 hours.
You'd be forgiven for thinking that summer was making an early start in Canberra at the moment, but that's all about to change.
Snow is still sitting on the ground in parts of central NSW today, five days after it stopped falling from the sky.
Another burst of wintry weather will cause showers, thunderstorms, blustery winds and low-level snow in southeastern Australia from this weekend.
Snowy Hydro have released their latest natural snow depth measurements for the Snowy Mountains.
Wet and stormy weather will affect a large area of Western Australia this week.
Temperatures are bouncing back across NSW after last week's cold snap, although more wintry weather is on the way for parts of the state.
Snow was still visible across parts of central NSW on Tuesday afternoon.
Lightning was detected near the North Pole on the weekend in a rare display of polar thunderstorms. A number of lightning strikes occurred within 500 kilometres of the North Pole on Saturday, according to the U.S.
A video of Kangaroos jumping across a snow-covered paddock in NSW on the weekend has gone viral around the world.
A big area of snow is still on the ground in central NSW as temperatures struggle to bounce back after the weekend's icy blast.
Tropical Storm Krosa is expected to make landfall over Japan in the coming days, this occurring after China was impacted by another Tropical Storm, Lekima, a few days ago.
The southern and southeastern parts of the country have been lashed by persistent, at times damaging and even destructive winds in places during the last four days. Starting earlier this week; Thursday saw South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria experience the first in series low pressure systems, low pressure troughs and cold fronts.
It will be a cool and breezy start for the runners of the 49th City2Surf.
Residents in elevated eastern parts of NSW woke to find a few inches of snow on Saturday morning, thanks to the many cold fronts and cold-air systems that are are still crossing the southeastern parts of the country.
More than half a metre of fresh snow has accumulated in parts of Australia's mainland alps during the last two days, with more on the way.
Damaging winds, low-level snow, dust storms and heavy rain have all featured during the first 24 hours of a four-day spell of severe wintry weather.
Warm and windy weather has prompted a fire weather warning in southern Queensland today, just two days before temperatures get cold enough for a chance of snow on the Granite Belt.
Severe weather warnings have been issued in four states and territories as Australia's southeast braces for a multi-day spell of intense, wintry weather.
A mass of cold polar air is likely to cause snow to low levels in southeastern Australia later this week.
The aurora australis could be seen from parts of southern Australia this week.
A series of cold fronts being driven by a deep low pressure system will cause rain, hail, thunderstorms, heavy snow, damaging winds and blizzards in southeastern Australia during the second half of this week. A large pool of cold, upper level air surging out of the Southern Ocean will pass over Australia's southeastern states between Thursday and Sunday. Image: ECMWF-HRES model showing 850hPa air teperature and mean sea level pressure on Saturday, August 10th.
Warmer and drier than usual weather is expected to be on the cards for most of Australia between August and October, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
Australia just registered its 4th warmest and 12th driest July in more than a century of records.
New South Wales and South Australia's interior regions are set for a string of warm days this week, ahead of looming cold front expected Wednesday evening.
While the southwestern parts of WA are currently in the grips of a passing cold front, some chilly overnight conditions were also experienced over the far northeastern parts of the state.
Above average temperatures and rain deficits are continuing to break records across Australia's north. 2019 has already seen multiple records fall for Northern Australia in terms of both temperature and rainfall with the Top End recording its hottest wet season ever, as well its driest wet season since 1992.
Temperatures are currently in the low twenties across Perth, but the mild conditions are expected to give way to a period of rainfall, thunderstorms and elevated wind speeds as a cold front crosses the southwestern parts of the country on Saturday.