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A hot air mass will linger over Queensland and northeast NSW on Wednesday, elevating fire danger ratings in some areas.
Tropical Cyclone Oma is quickly becoming one of the most talked about cyclones of the season.
An extreme heatwave in flood-weary eastern tropical Queensland this week could see Townsville register a record-matching seventh day over 35 degrees so far this month.
If you live in eastern Australia, be aware of Tropical Cyclone Oma, but don't be alarmed.
After a warm weekend, daytime temperatures will head in the other direction during the week ahead.
The interior of eastern Australia has had a run of below-average cool mornings, thanks to clear overnight skies that have persisted for quite some time.
Early risers in Victoria were greeted to blanketing low cloud and areas of fog this morning, in the wake of a recent rainfall event.
The highest mean maximum temperature ever was recorded for WA this January, with hot temperatures looking to continue for the remainder of summer.
Tropical Cyclone Oma is moving away from Vanuatu and could head towards Australian waters next week.
According to the US National Weather Service, El Nino has developed in the Pacific Ocean and is expected to continue during the next three months.
A weather station in Hawaii has officially broken America's 24-hour rainfall record.
The Bureau of Meteorology have issued their seasonal outlook for autumn and the picture it paints for Australia is pretty clear: warmer than usual.
A large band of raised dust has travelled across NSW during the last 24 hours, browning skies and reducing air quality.
A dust storm is developing in western NSW this afternoon and some of this airborne dirt may reach coastal areas tonight.
Temperatures are plummeting in southeastern Australia today as a strong cold front brings a wintry mix of weather.
Queensland's flooding has been captured in spectacular detail by high resolution images taken from space by NASA's Terra satellite.
Australia will live up to its reputation of variable and contrasting weather on Tuesday, with snow, bushfires, flooding, severe thunderstorms, damaging winds and dust storms all possible.
Just after the massive flooding around Townsville and Northern Queensland in the past two weeks, a severe heatwave is taking hold this week.
Sydney seemed to experience a 'fake' cool change yesterday afternoon as a brief shower dropped temperatures by 3.4 degrees in 10 minutes.
Many people in the Central West district of WA just tried to sleep through overnight temperatures 8-10 degrees above the norm for February.
A slow-moving, moisture-laden trough generated many severe thunderstorms across a large swathe of NSW on Friday evening.
Severe thunderstorms will occur in parts of NSW today, with damaging winds, heavy rain and large hail all a threat.
Record-breaking monsoonal rain has caused widespread flooding in northern Queensland during the last fortnight.
Last year was our planet's fourth warmest on record, according to data published by NASA this week.
The Black Saturday bushfires claimed 173 lives and destroyed thousands of homes in Victoria on February 7th, 2009.
Rain, thunderstorms and snow could all affect fire-ravaged Tasmania during the next week.
An end to northern Queensland's record-breaking rainfall could be in sight.
Severe thunderstorms have dumped more than a month's worth of rain in under an hour in parts of southern New South Wales and there are more severe storms to come.
Cloncurry is already having one of its wettest Februaries on record, less than a week into the month.
As most Australians woke up for work and school on Monday morning, Townsville was being inundated by its worst flood on record.
Temperatures in January (2019) were below average in WA's capital, but the mercury is set to rise during the first full week of February.
A tropical low and active monsoon trough continue to bring flooding rain to northern QLD.
Following a spell of record heat and extended heatwaves across large parts of New South Wales, and Sydney's hottest day in more than a year on Thursday 31st January, a strong southerly change and rainy weather has brought welcome relief to the extreme temperatures experienced across the city.
After a hot and dry January, summer still isn't releasing it's grip on Melbourne.
Australia is experiencing unprecedented heat this summer.
A major flooding event is unfolding across northern Queensland this week, with more heavy rain likely to fall into overflowing rivers in the coming days.
Parts of America are experiencing bitterly cold weather this week as temperatures drop to record-challenging lows in some central and northern parts of the country.