A cold front is causing rapid winds and rain to southeast of New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria.

A trough is busy delivering rainfall and storms in the northeastern tropics, and is considered the heaviest to have been received in Queensland’s east coast tropical.

A cold front is causing rapid winds and rain to southeast of New South Wales, Tasmania and Victoria.

Canberra is also bracing for a frosty start this morning as temperatures plunge to 2 degrees Celsius with ice forecast every morning for the remaining part of the week.

A high is quickly clearing parts of SA and western Victoria, keeping other areas generally dry.

The Bureau of Meteorology has put in place strong wind alerts for four states namely Tasmania, NSW, Western Australia and South Australia today.

A frost warning has been issued for South Australia as temperatures drop to -1 degrees Celsius in various parts of Riverland, Mid North, Upper South East and the Murraylands forecast districts.

As the southern states endured through yesterday’s cold front, the Northern Territory is expected to be sunny and very warm today. Increasing showers, storms and mild-to-warm conditions are forecast in Arnhem. The interior and the south will be mostly sunny with warm weather.

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