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A hot air mass lingering over much of Western Australia is creating sweltering conditions.
Over the last month, southeast SA has escaped the most intense spells of heat with many days coming in below average to start off November, with today being no exception.
Persistent cold fronts have been keeping any real hint of summer away from Tasmania, with more on the way this week.
Fire weather continues into this weekend with numerous ‘Severe’ and an ‘Extreme’ Fire Danger Rating across NSW and QLD.
A hot air mass is challenging springtime records in Western Australia this week. While temperatures typically start to climb across Western Australia in spring, this week's heat is pushing the mercury to levels previously not observed before the start of summer.
A mass of hot air will sweep across Australia during the next week, elevating fire danger ratings in multiple states and territories.
Perth is on track to register its first four-day spell of November days at or above 35 degrees in 86 years.
A new wave height record was set in the Adriatic Sea this week.
The ongoing influence of two climate drivers will tip the odds in favour of drier and warmer weather in NSW during the final eight weeks of 2019.
A southerly buster is sweeping up the NSW coast, on track to pass through Wollongong, Sydney and Newcastle during the late afternoon and early evening.
Tuesday will be a dangerous day for fires in eastern Australia as dry, hot and windy weather affects parts of NSW and southern Queensland.
A burst of wintry weather will bring snow to parts of Tasmania and Victoria during the next 48 hours.
A wave of hot, dry and windy weather will elevate fire danger ratings across multiple states and territories during the next three days.
For those who live in Melbourne, see-sawing temperatures are somewhat of a familiar experience, but what causes it? There have been a couple of instances over the last few weeks where the mercury has climbed 10-14 degrees above average, peaking in the low-to-mid-30's, only to plummet again soon after.
A low pressure trough will briefly direct a hot airmass across the Sydney basin on Tuesday, causing the mercury to soar into the mid-30's.
A significant frontal system brought a winter-like feel to the air in Tasmania over the last few days.
Parts of Tasmania, South Australia, Victoria and southern New South Wales were five-to-10 degrees colder than average overnight and had their coldest November night in more than a decade.
Dry, hot and windy weather caused a number of large and dangerous fires to burn uncontrollably in eastern Australia on Friday.
Perth is forecast to have one of its hottest November days on record this weekend, as fire danger ratings spike across Western Australia.
High resolution images from the Himawari-8 satellite captured plumes of dust and smoke moving over NSW and the Tasman Sea on Thursday.
Australia is a land of extremes and wild swings in the weather are part of the package when living down under.
Hot, dry and windy weather is likely to cause severe to extreme fire danger ratings in parts of Queensland and NSW during the next two days.
A burst of cold, wet and windy weather will hit southeastern Australia during the second half of this week, with Melbourne forecast to have its coldest November day in 12 years.
Australia has just registered 36 consecutive warmer-than-usual months for the first time on record.
Australia just had its third warmest and equal fifth driest October on record.
The best rain in more than six months fell over parts of western NSW on the weekend.
Temperatures are likely to rise significantly over the coming days for northwestern WA as a trough deepens over the region.
A broad low pressure trough has brought welcome rain to western and southern parts of New South Wales on Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning.
The much needed rain has begun falling over South Australia and Victoria.
Smoke haze will remain across the Harbour City today, as fires continue to burn over northeastern parts of New South Wales.
Rain and thunderstorms will spread over southern and southeastern Australia during the next five days.
Australia's 2019/20 tropical cyclone season starts today, although it may be awhile before we see our first system crossing the coast.
October heat records are being challenged in parts of southern Australia today.
Parts of central western Queensland have seen more than 80mm of rain during the last two days, with the Murray Darling Basin next in line for some welcome wet weather.
A mix of smoke and fog is reducing visibility and air quality in eastern NSW today.
An impending burst of hot, dry and windy weather has prompted a total fire ban in parts of South Australia and Tasmania on Thursday.
Welcome rain has soaked parts of central western Queensland during the last 24 hours, with more to come over the next two days.
Parts of Western Australia will experience Catastrophic fire danger ratings during the middle of this week before a burst of cold, wet and windy weather sweeps across the southern half of the state.