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There have been signs that El Nino could soon develop for the last several weeks.
The best rain in a few years has fallen in parts of northwest NSW and southwest Queensland during the last couple of days.
Easter Sunday brought record-breaking rainfall to the Upper Western and Riverina regions of far western NSW as a trough and front duo move across the state.
From 30 degree days to sub 10 degree mornings, it’s been a mixed bag of weather for Melbourne this Easter.
A cold front and low-pressure duo are currently battering central New Zealand, with heavy rain and lightning strikes set to continue through this evening.
Some much needed rainfall is on the way for far northwestern parts of New South Wales and southwest Queensland.
As large parts of South Australia swelter through yet another day of above 30-degree heat, it is hard to believe that temperatures are expected to plummet into Easter Sunday by as much as 15 degrees.
Over the next week, Brisbane is expected to receive periods of rain each day with unstable onshore winds.
In what is shaping up to be the coldest April day in more than four decades for some parts of Western Australia, the Easter weekend will likely remain cold for much of the southwest of the state.
A front and trough are directing an unseasonably warm arimass across the southeast of Australia, particular for South Australia.
Much of NSW will experience a familiar mix of predominantly dry and unseasonably warm weather this Easter long weekend.
A strong cold front approaching WA will bring a burst of severe, wintry weather to the state's south later this week, with a chance of snow on the Stirling Range.
Melbourne will enjoy two bouts of unseasonably warm weather this week.
Late-season warmth will cause very high fire danger ratings in parts of SA on Tuesday.
Lake Eyre's first yacht club race in three years will take place this week, thanks to floodwaters that travelled hundreds of kilometres across the Australian outback.
Showers and storms sparked to life over parts of WA on Saturday evening, as a cold front and trough moved through the region.
With daytime temperatures averaging 28 degrees, it will be reminiscent of summer across Adelaide this week.
Parts of New South Wales had a foggy start to the weekend, with visibility dropping below 500m over parts of the Illawarra, Hunter and even Sydney early on Saturday morning.
The school holidays are upon us in the southeast and parents may be glad to know that it's going to be a conducive week for being outside.
Kalgoorlie is having its hottest April day on record as an unseasonably warm air mass drifts over Western Australia's Goldfields district.
Minimum temperatures varied by nearly 30 degrees between parts of WA and SA on Thursday morning.
Parts of southeastern Australia experienced their coldest morning this early in the year for more than a decade on Wednesday.
The Murray Darling Basin just had one of its driest two-year periods on record.
Strange and colourful clouds appeared in the sky above Norway last week as scientists take one step closer to understanding the mysteries of Earth's upper-atmosphere.
A cold front crossing the Great Australian Bight will pass over southeastern Australia on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
A burst of late season heat is affecting NSW today, but colder weather is on the way.
With lots of sunshine, it will be a lovely week in Perth, with temperatures reaching the high 20's-to-low 30's most days this week.
The monsoon trough has brought heavy rain over Australia’s tropical north late in the wet season.
A tropical low has officially intensified to a tropical cyclone this morning and has been named Wallace.
Despite dipping to a chilly 7 degrees overnight, the mercury is on the rise in Perth.
Melbourne is having its driest start to a year on record, with less than one third of the city's average rain falling during the last three months.