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Flooding rain, damaging winds and severe thunderstorms will continue to affect parts of eastern and southeastern Australia this weekend.
The most spectacular meteor shower of the year will be visible from Australia during the next two nights.
A tropical cyclone and a mid-latitude cyclone will jointly cause widespread rain and thunderstorms across eastern Australia during the next few days.
While eastern Australia focuses on an impending outbreak of rain and thunderstorms, parts of the nation's north and west are busy trying to beat the heat.
Tropical Cyclone Owen is strengthening over the Gulf of Carpentaria and is expected to travel over eastern Queensland during the coming days, potentially causing widespread severe weather in a number of populated areas.
Widespread showers and thunderstorms will affect Australia’s southeastern states and territories during the second half of this week.
Soon-to-be Tropical Cyclone Owen may approach the west coast of Cape York Peninsula later this week and could make landfall as a severe tropical cyclone on Friday.
Adelaide is having its warmest start to summer in more than 20 years based on the number of days over 30 degrees.
The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Owen brought more than 300mm of rain to parts of northeast Queensland as it made landfall on Monday morning.
It's been a hot start to December for Adelaide, with further heat on its way middle of this working week.
Multiple troughs and a possible cutoff low over western parts of the state will bring some welcome rain to much of NSW this week.
Heat reached its peak in Western Australia's Kimberley and Pilbara on Friday, exceeding 46 degrees in parts, the hottest it has been in decades for some.
Central and northeast Queensland are at risk of flooding rain and damaging winds this weekend.
Temperatures are soaring in parts of southern Australia today, with many places in SA and Victoria experiencing their hottest day in 10-11 months.
Darwin Airport may have experienced its warmest night on record last night, with the mercury struggling to drop below 30 degrees.
South Australia will bake on Thursday as a tongue of hot air from central Australia drifts south, sending temperatures soaring more than 15 degrees above average in some areas and raising fire danger ratings across the state.
The remnants of Tropical Cyclone Owen may cause heavy rain and flooding in parts of central Queensland towards the end of this week.
A large pool of hot air will sweep across Australia this week, sending the mercury soaring in multiple states and territories.
A prolonged and record-breaking heatwave that has been gripping parts of Queensland will end this week, as temperatures start to soar in other parts of Australia.
Severe thunderstorms are likely to develop in parts of central Queensland that are being affected by bushfires today.
Darwin is in for a string of sweaty sleeps with high temperatures and high humidity leading to a run of oppressive nights in the western Top End this week.
Australia's first tropical cyclone of the 2018/19 season developed over the northern Coral Sea on Sunday, and it should help cause some rain over fire-ravaged central Queensland during the middle of this week.
Thick fog blanketed parts of New South Wales on Sunday morning whilst raised dust limited visibility in other areas.
With a hot and dry day over much of New South Wales and Queensland, the thunderstorms and strong winds that are still crossing parts of Victoria and bringing cooler conditions in their wake stand in marked contrast.
Brisbane and surrounds are in for a very hot Sunday to kick off the start of summer.
Hot air will be briefly directed over the Harbour City on Sunday ahead of cool change.
This year is on course to become the fourth warmest year on record based on global mean surface temperatures, according to the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO).
Australia may see its first tropical cyclone of the season over the northern Coral Sea during the next few days.
A heatwave that has been gripping parts of Queensland since the weekend will become more intense and widespread during the coming days, before relief arrives next week.
Cairns nudged above 40 degrees for the third day in a row today, extending its unprecedented run of late-spring heat as temperature records continue to tumble in eastern Queensland.
Sydneysiders were woken by heavy rain and loud thunder as severe storms struck parts of the city on Wednesday morning.
Cairns just broke its pre-2018 November heat record for the second day in a row.
Flooding rain and damaging winds are likely to affect parts of central NSW on Wednesday, with parts of Sydney and Wollongong likely to be affected.
More than a month's worth of rain is likely to cause flooding along central parts of the NSW coast during the middle of this week, with damaging winds also likely in some areas.
Record-breaking November heat and unseasonably dry air are causing severe fire danger ratings in parts of Queensland today, with more on the way during the week ahead.
A low pressure system impacting parts of SA and NSW this week is expected to bring possible heavy falls all the way to the coast.